I wasn't able to find in the on-topic page what exactly are like the...rules or paradigms or not sure of term for the site. Hopefully you'll know what I mean by the end of this post.
The thing is...there are these rules in, say, Christianity se that are like 'no truth questions', 'specify a denomination when necessary', etc. Meanwhile I notice many questions here don't specify a denomination (or even a religion in the case of overlapping stuff of Judaism and Christianity, or even possibly Islam or Baháʼí or whatever Abrahamic thingy. Or even atheist viewpoints according to the on-topic page)
Here, let's say I ask a question about some particular Bible verse. Say in Genesis.
How am I not expecting that there could be possibly like a hundred answers each coming from different denominations of Judaism or Christianity (or whatever re round bracket remark earlier)? I can imagine there would be a Roman Catholic answer, an Eastern Catholic answer, a JW answer, a greek orthodox answer, an Orthodox jewish answer, a Conservative jewish answer, a Reform jewish answer etc and then somehow all these answers would be different. And then ostensibly I end up with, to paraphrase the words of 1 of my philosophy instructors in university towards the end of the course, 'not really an answer/answers, but instead another question/more questions'. (In the philosophy class, we don't really learn the answers to things like the trolley problem but rather we end up thinking about questions for these kinds of things.) This sounds like 'asking for a link to your institution's credit by exam policy'.
I mean...Is there some underlying assumption that there's really some unique interpretation (or like only a few distinct interpretations) of what a particular verse means? Or are questions really intended to get/should questions be ready to get potentially a hundred answers like they're list questions?