I have recently gone through the review queue, and came across a lot of low-quality and/or first/late answers which were answers to very weak questions. Many of these questions were basically of the form: "I tried to find the answer to this question and got multiple answers; one group says this, one group says that, and one group says this whole other thing entirely. Which one is right?" For example,
These questions are basically examples of what C.SE calls "Truth Questions"; questions not about studying the topic of the religion, rather they're trying to find out and/or prove which interpretation/denomination is "more correct."
In pretty much every case, these questions have attracted answers that are really nothing but apologetic, and a lot of argumentative comments that are really nothing but polemic: We are very clearly not a site for debate and apologetics, so when questions pretty much attract nothing but debate and apologetics, there's a good chance that these questions are fundamentally off-topic and/or unworkable under the Stack Exchange model.
So the question lies: Is there any value whatsoever to these questions under the Stack Exchange model? Are they in any way making the Internet a better place? Is there any way we can make these things work?