I think this question is important, because I admit that I do not have a religious affiliation, let alone a specific set of creeds. I also don't have a degree in Theology or Biblical Studies, or have much knowledge about Jewish culture, past and present, besides the references mentioned in popular culture, so I cannot lay an authoritative opinion. Plus, I am not a Humanities major in any way. Yet, some of the questions look and sound really interesting, and I do have EbscoHost, a library database that I use to do all my research and find all sorts of peer-reviewed journal articles.
Now, the tricky thing is, I am not sure if I should report the religious affiliation of the academic institution or the religious affiliation of the academician. What if the academician has slightly diverging views from his or her own academic institution or his or her alma mater? How can I make sure that the viewpoints reflect the school of thought?