Note: NB There are Catholics and Protestants on the site that this doesn't apply to, who do not seem to be doing the below-mentioned, and it may not be a Cath/Prot. issue, because some of the times I saw this it was a question Cath/Prot differ on, but there were times when a small group seemed to differ because it was doctrine they were not supportive of, then the question got held up.(or could it be it was something they hadn't heard before?) It's hard to tell some things from type,...I am probably not familiar enough with how this works to be saying anything - sorry if others can see this is so and I am making a nuisance of myself and giving people who have to make these decisions on questions a headache, but, if I'm right, please make adjustments.:)(im probably giving headaches, right, if so, sorry.)
The problem is if a Protestant posts a question that the Catholic posters don't agree with or have never heard of before, it seems it is often closed, or a few people comment, and it is discarded.
There is an additional issue just as important, in that if those reading your question are from another 'tradition' that does not favour the topic of your question (not the Cat/hprot divide) you may be downvoted because they don't like or agree with the doctrine that the question is about.
Additionally, I have seen downvotes on questions that were rude and biased and seemed to be done for no reason relating to the question. in the comments where these type of downvotes were done, the remarks were not kind or in keeping with the Christian love ethic.
Voting is very biased if most of those voting are Catholic on a Protestant question.
I matched 15/20 board names as the very same names used by same people (pictures/name signs)on a Catholic forum board.
Christianity SE is biased because of this and is not working properly.
I think questions are not dealt with fairly nor in keeping with the SE rules.
There also seems to be a group of posters who have been on this board for awhile together, and they vote each other's questions that seem no different to me than other's questions I see who are downvoted. In fact some questions downvoted seem better than the upvoted ones, and these I saw got -1, -2 downvotes, and the lesser questions sometimes got 10 or 6 upvotes, kind of like this 'group' were all 'online' together and upvoted each other, maybe because they knew each other?