Statesboro, GA, USA
I actually understand what you're getting at. For even I get tired of discussing theology sometimes (believe it or not).
It just so happens that the Branches of Philosophy: Metaphysics, Ethics, Epistemology, are the very same branches which religion speaks into. So while religion and philosophy cannot be said to be one and the same thing, they are inextricable to a large degree, to the chagrin of purists in both camps. As Colin Brown put it, philosophy and religion have had a tenuous relationship through the years, a love-hate struggle one with another, with misunderstanding on both "sides".
And yet I think to simply start another forum, with the intent to delineate and strictly define would not be the solution. That would be to deny the religious side of philosophy, and the philosophical side of religion, doing neither much service. I say let current interest take things where they will go without expressing too much disdain. If you want to start a fresh new wind, go ahead. I appreciate that sentiment.