I'm getting a little confused by the following statement in the FAQ:
Answers are to be judged based on how well they represent the view or tradition they claim to speak for, not whether or not you agree with that position.
It is marked with bold text, thus it should be considered as important. It seems I am wrong, but I thought that the purpose of this site was to get answers to your questions, and not to get a comprehensive list of all the views on the matter that different denominations and traditions might hold. If the latter is the case, then shouldn't it be important to somehow tag the answers so that it's obvious what view or tradition the author claims to speak for? Is the ratings then supposed to be interpreted in such a way that the highest rated answer is the answer that best represents the view or tradition that the author claims to speak for (often his/her own) and not the answer that best answers the question or the most commonly accepted answer?
Suppose I write a question that gets a bunch of answers. All of them are good and represents different views and answers the question all in their own way. Which answer should I mark as accepted? The one that makes most sense to me personally, or the one that is most consistent with the view or tradition that it claims to speak for, or the answer that most people seem to accept?