re: #3 Sergey Romanov
re: #2 proto87
I think it’s important to redefine religion. For instance, I don’t see how it’s possible to understand the first chapter of Genesis without asking the very questions in the article. To me these are obvious questions, and they have to be asked. But I don’t know many people who say they are religious who ask these questions. It’s like beginning to read Huckleberry Finn and not caring when or where it takes place.
So studying Torah raises those questions, studying philosophy raises those questions, and studying physics raises those questions. Does it matter where the answers come from?