due to the vast nature of our reality we forget that theology is, regardless of personal opinions, based on real-world religions and we're meant to focus on fictional characters.. thus I believe we should remove theology-basec villains such as God, Satan and Biblical figures.
I dare say even the older religious figures, such as Ancient Greek gods - while not active religions some still worship these entities and more importantly theology, like religion, has no "canon" by which to set a standards.. unlike fiction we can't honestly say any being in theology is a villain without some other faith dictating the opposite (for example the Christian God is seen as benevolent to most, yet certain faiths see Him as evil.. same as the Devil, while universally hated in Christiandom, is revered by theological Satanism as a savior figure.. and so on indefinitely).
cultural myths and beliefs should not be simplified to black and white "villains" and "heroes", especially when we have countless fictional portrayals of these entities which have established backstories and roles.. a theistic Satanist could argue the Biblical Satan is a savior but they could not do the same for a fictional take on Satan from, let's say, a horror movie, where that depiction of Satan has been established without doubt as an evil entity in-universe.
basically, I think we should remove theology and focus on fiction - because it is paradoxal to ban real-life figures yet allow takes on gods and deities from real-world faiths, whether you believe or not you are treating the faiths of present and past cultures as if they were fictional beings from comics, movies and video-games.. which is absurd when there is already many in-universe examples you could use instead (we don't need Zeus from the real-world, if you want an evil depiction of Zeus go to God of War).
TLDR: real-world figures should not be on this wiki, so why do we allow real-world figures of theology? some cultures believe in these figures as fact and even cultures that no longer believe in certain faiths were once "real" and we should respect that.. we have fictional portrayals of gods and demons and biblical fiends.. let the real-world versions go elsewhere.
(also if you reply do not turn this into a religious / atheist flamewar or similar, be respectful of all views)