Why is the limit on tags set as five? Often there seem to be questions of sufficient complexity that the limit necessitates omitting fundamentally connected tags. What is the advantage of setting such a low tag limit on a subject matter as richly complex and nuanced as Judaism?
Honestly, at the end of the day, what benefit does a limit really provide? If a tag is truly relevant and significant to the question, why would other relevant tags diminish its usefulness? My understanding of tagging is that it provides a useful way to quickly find related questions. How does a limit help in this task?