As I commented (just before this Meta question appeared) on the question in both places,
This question asks about domain-specific language and is more suited to a domain-specific SE site, since there is one. I've adjusted it to make it even more fitted there (and probably should have edited it there rather than on ELU -- sorry about that).
The question was not well-received on ELU, having been downvoted to -4 with no upvotes. Comments indicated that it would be better asked on a domain-specific site which could justify the use of the pronoun.
Since SE does have a relevant site for the domain of the question (whether to refer to the Christian God by a different pronoun than he) I migrated it there. In order to demonstrate that there is a precedent for feminist language, I added in a reference to two notable female figures from the Middle Ages who did refer to God as Mother.
Had the question remained on ELU, it would almost certainly have been closed as opinion-based, having garnered two close-votes before migration. On C.SE, it can be answered by those who know the domain. It's had at least one upvote.
In hindsight, the adjustment of the question to better fit C.SE should have happened on that site. I won't make that mistake again.