Mods, are you ever going to remove the mythology tag ?
It doesn't matter what the ideal replacement is - scriptures, sacred-texts, vedas, itihasa, purana, epics - are fine, and cover the gamut of non-fictional stories from the past.
The wannabe-secular-gora-validation-seeking-mentality is strong with some users on this site.. Still, I'll play along - both christianity and islam have the tag mythology, but guess the number of questions in those tags ? 4. Exactly Four each. Linked above.
Whereas most of our scriptures, Itihasa and Purana are tagged as mythology. Guess how many questions ? 1,339
To the woke crowd here, this is equivalent to tagging questions related to the Bible and Koran as 'mythology'.
While regular users on this site might know what the tag 'mythology' refers to, this site is not just for users, is it? It's for the general public mainly. And the overwhelmingly common definition of the word 'mythology' includes the meaning 'false' or 'believed to be fiction'.
In cases where there is genuine doubt about hear-say, we can use the term 'folklore', but mythology has to go - if the mods have it in them, that is.