The scope of this site has been limited by picky little SE specific rules to the point where it's not clear what purpose it serves. The attempt to create well-curated content has become predominant in the ideology to where it supersedes the point of a Stack Exchange, which is for people with real actionable problems or questions to come to a community of experts and get solutions/answers.
The fact is, most modern Christians value Christian living above doctrine. The number of people that really care or find binding what e.g. the Methodists specifically say about something is very low. It's an interesting data point, but not what Christian belief is about.
The mods need to ask themselves, instead of coming up with all kinds of failure scenarios about bad content, about the users. What are legitimate questions or problems that Christians conversant with their faith would want to ask and answer? Why can't those questions be served using the standard SE rules found on SO/SF/SU plus SE-wide guidance like "Good Subjective, Bad Subjective?"