In editing some old questions and answers today I noticed that the tag doctrine seems to be getting used as a meta tag. Occasionally it is on a question about a specific doctrine, but usually it's just appended when the questioner feels strongly that their question should be answered with doctrine.
Seriously folks! Of the 2,359 questions we have, do only 108 of them ask about doctrine or call for a doctrinal answer?
On the contrary, I would argue that maybe 108 of our questions ARE NOT about doctrine or DO NOT call for doctrinal answers.
Of the questions that ask about a specific doctrine, I think a more specific tag using the name of the doctrine in question would be more appropriate. That leaves the vast majority of our questions missing a relevant tag. But how relevant is it? Wouldn't this be like tagging most questions on StackOverflow with
If it's useful: what is it for? If not, should I burninate it?