It’s really not that different than the situation in Israel with the charedim. Both situations need insiders to make the change happen.
In order to truly appreciate Torah, one must be a master over one’s spirit as well.
Mormons are expected to be chaste in every possible way and this can be particularly difficult for young men.
The NY Times has a very (appropriately) one-sided article on the Baruch Lebovits and Sam Kellner situation.
The revelation continues as the world progressed and however the Torah was emended or edited after Sinai was part of revelation.
For some, guilt by association is actual guilt. For these people, who you know and with whom you associate determine your credibility.
There is standing prohibition in Jewish law against sharing anything revealed in private conversation.
For deviating from the orthodox scientific position, Nagel has been abused, maligned, outcast, and insulted.
The problem is that Tuna Beigel is a pejorative.