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Why is christianity.meta.stackexchange.com the only option for recommending a different SE site for a question? [duplicate]

It seems that the majority of questions on Christianity SE that get moved end up in hermeneutics SE. But this is not an option when voting to close a question because it belongs on another SE site - ...
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Why have we become so quick to migrate to BH.SE?

I've noticed that lately we've very quickly moved quit a lot of question about the interpretation of a specific passage to BH.SE. Specifically, this question, which seemed unclear in its desire, was ...
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Should there be a flag option for migrating posts to Hermeneutics.SE? [duplicate]

Just now I was attempting to flag a question for migration to Hermeneutics.SE, but I found no option to do so. After selecting Off-Topic > "This questions belongs on another site in the Stack ...
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Does this question belong on BiblicalHermaneutics.SE?

Here is the question. Does this one belong in hermaneutics, as it seems to be related to the interpretation of that specific verse, or not? If not, why? Thanks, I'm just trying to get a better feel ...
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Should on-topic but better elsewhere questions be migrated?

I recently posted "Did medieval European monasticism provide a release from certain societal pressures?". It has been suggested that it would be a better fit for the History Stack Exchange (which ...
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Why can't we recommend Biblical Hermeneutics when flagging?

When flagging an answer, we can select: it doesn't belong here, or it is a duplicate… and then: off-topic because… and finally: This question belongs on another site in the Stack Exchange ...
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Literature.SE is closing - would you like any of our questions?

Regrettably, Literature.SE is closing down next week due to inactivity. Consequently, we're looking to move as many questions as we can to new homes, so please consider heading over there, browsing ...