This has been closed with absolutely baseless justification by some people, which I believe are religiously motivated in bias rather than adhering to the rules.
It has no feature of being an opinion based: Opinion-based -
discussions focused on diverse opinions are great, but they just don't fit our format well.
Many good questions generate some degree of opinion based on expert experience, but answers to this question will tend to be almost entirely based on opinions, rather than on facts, references, or specific expertise.
It’s often possible to rewrite opinion-based questions to focus on a more fact-based line of questioning. If you see a way to do this, consider editing the question.
Also Steven commented:
I’m voting to close this question because it's a 'Stump the Chumps' question - posing a premise the author refuses to accept whilst asking respondents to justify it - it is here with the intention of stirring debate rather than seeking a genuine answer. Per the Help Center, "If your motivation for asking the question is “I would like to participate in a discussion about ______”, then you should not be asking here."
What premise he is referring to is only known to him, a baseless assertion. The question not general and open-ended; It is only based on one verse and is not asking anyone's opinions and survey, and not even asking the clarification of a fringe or non-existent doctrine but a widespread doctrine; and got some upvotes as well as answers. It is not inviting a discussion and debate; I have responded to some answers with disagreements mainly about the quality of their answers; this has nothing to do with the content and quality of the question. They have objected that they are "confused" by the term false justification, and apparently their sentiments have been hurt. This has nothing to do with the rules and policies.
One of those who voted opinion based Close is Nigel who openly expressed his personal discomfort and ignorance on the doctrine the question is based; I provided him with information of the doctrine. The same has been done with a similar question focused on Romans 4:5 closed as off-topic. It seems they have been offended by my characterization of the particular theology as "false justification", but I don't see how that gives them an excuse to pull it down as opinion based and off-topic when the question is not based on the meaning of the term false-justification. Why should I even cater to the demands of some religiously biased people, which would reduce the clarity of the question?
Regardless of the religious bias and emotional discomfort by some of those who closed it, the questions merely ask the meaning of those verses, and narrows it down to a particular theology which people like Dan Wallace, James White believe. I am hoping for a serious action by the senior admins on this, since this site has been changed into a religious mob which is no way secular and open-minded, imposing baseless censorship on free exchange of thoughts. We can clearly see the reason for the decline of this site, which hampers free thoughts and debates due to religious insecurities and mob mentality.
Just when I expected a senior moderator curiousdanni to intervene and take action against those falsely flagging legitimate questions due to their religious insecurity; she/he comes and attacks my intentions in the question.
I can't see how anyone who thinks Paul was an inspired Biblical author could ever think that he taught a "false justification", so I can't see how this was asked in good faith. – curiousdannii
Nothing to be expected of this dead website ruled by a mob.