To be fair to @Iliara_Mustardtop, we do have a lot of Bible topics:
These topics relate the Bible to the Aetherlight game, the latter of which is a biblical analogy:
These topics encourage their followers to consume more of the Bible on a daily or frequent basis. Use of the topic is a function of individual time, discipline, and dedication.
Favorites, Trivia, etc
These topics are about discussion of biblical ideas and asking questions about biblical concepts, including theology.
So it may not be a dearth of topics as much as underutilization of topics that we already possess. I see a few interesting ideas I want to pursue on this existing list already.
It should be noted that @Ephes_Eldercape was the first gentlemen to pose the Gospel topic idea and wake up my fuzzy brain. Hmm.
continues scratching head
The words you're probably looking for, @Eerie_Coppernight, are these: discipleship and scriptural application. I like the poetic title "How then shall we live?", and discipleship and scriptural application is missing from this long list, and then we have to ask ourselves whether said discipleship and spiritual application is private or public.
It should be able to be done on a superficial level without raising too many scruples - all one would have to do is look at Eerie's posts in Prayer Requests to get an idea of what would likely occur in said topic. But then it could be argued that since those conversations occur in Prayer Requests already, we don't need another topic for them. And then we go around the circle again of whether we are repeating September again. It is an intuitive fuzzball for me. I am not qualified to comment, really.
So I will leave this up to your judgment, Eerie, but I'm not getting involved in this. You're by far the best person to make the topic you've described and keep an eye on it. It is a risk to make it, but sometimes there are risks worth taking. But if you wish to make a scriptural application and discipleship topic in the manner you have described, I would focus it on said things and keep my name off the initiative. Suggesting that I am behind it will just rile up the opposition.
As good as I am for taking the blame for things that have gone wrong, I am not taking the blame for this. There are other methods to return the Aetherlight back to a Christ-centered focus that don't involve provoking the empath lobby. If "How then shall we live?" manages to survive without becoming a warzone of the empaths versus the intellectuals, again, it will probably be better than my ideas, but only time will tell on that.