It's On-Topic as far as I'm concerned.
In the Site Tour we link to What Texts are Open for Examination?.
The community consensus is currently as follows:
"You build a site for a group of experts. If there are related texts which experts in this field tend to study because the texts are so closely tied to the subject, I would include them as "on ...
thanks for this question, it's a great observation that does express a challenge many new users find when getting acquainted with the site.
Essentially, the key you're looking for is wrapped in the opening paragraph of the Site Tour:
Biblical Hermeneutics is a question and answer site for anyone who
wants to know what a Biblical text means (exegesis) using ...
I was about to write a similar question until this one showed up as similar / suggested.
When looking to learn more about Exegis and Hermeneutics stumbled across this question. While it was valuable, since I've became more active in this community one thing I've noticed is the closing of questions that don't have a specific passage associated with it (one of ...