As a direct answer to the question, yes. However, if the question can be improved by editing, no. Just the fact that the question has stood this long should let you know the quality of the question is good, but the scope of the site has shifted.
About this particular case.
The original meta discussion only stated "Discussions about Biblical genealogy", which garnered two downvotes. I thought it should be off-topic because the Help Center states
You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face.
I still think that's what it boils down to. In the current help center, biblical genealogy is listed right alongside celebrity genealogy. For most scenarios, questions about these subjects won't be real, practical questions.
However, in some cases real, practical questions and questions about biblical genealogy can coincide (as seen in the recent link in the question). These questions are few and far between, but I would consider them on-topic if they are good-quality, practical, answerable questions.
Has a modern genealogy been traced back to a biblical person? isn't directly about biblical genealogy per se, but it doesn't appear to be a practical question either. Most of the answers appear to be largely based on speculation.
These are my thoughts, feel free to disagree. The shiny diamond by my name doesn't guarantee this is the right answer.