I was ditto (at a loss of what to do with this question), i.e. it seems to me too that it's not exactly in breach of any of the defined/specific moderation policy for questions, so I'm not sure I ought to close it.
It wasn't a question which I very much want to read an answer to, so I didn't upvote the question, but my "not upvoting" isn't the same as "wanting to close" it.
Jayarava suspects that it may be an ad hominem reaction, i.e. that people are targeting this question because it's from Krishnaraj:
My other comment is that it seems like @Krishnaraj is being targeted unfairly. I think he asks interesting questions, if not always in an elegant way.
I think that's not the whole truth but I think there's some truth to that. Krishnaraj has asked 9 questions in the last 2 days.
- The first three questions implied some 'secular' or 'skeptical' view, controversial or irreverent.
- The next five questions were all closed
If we assume that the five closed questions were all "too bad" in one way or another, it may be that the few unclosed questions (like the one you're asking about) are "not quite bad enough" yet still the community wants to stop that stream of (unusual and/or naive) questions from the user.
Robin suggested that the community actually have a right to do this, and I can't disagree with that.
Experienced moderators advise not to become too entirely rule-bound: if you draw "a line in the sand", some people may walk right up to that line too often, so it's useful to have left yourself some leeway.
My personal opinion about that question is that it's not too bad and that closing it could be more trouble (cause more fuss) than leaving it open. If you simply leave it alone it will drop off the front page and into history. To me it looks tidy at the moment, none of the answers are bad, so no problem. If the "proof is in the pudding" (i.e. a question is good or bad to the extent that it gets good or bad answers), the answers are all OK therefore it's not too bad a question (and "well done" to the people who were able to answer it).
As for Krishnaraj here was his latest question. Matthew explained what was wrong with it (i.e. that as asked it didn't fit our site for a couple of reasons), there's a revised version of that question open now.