I once heard from someone recently as they were explaining the merits of Orthodoxy in that we have so many mepharshim and they all give so many answers to all sorts of questions. If you have a question, you can look up a dozen famous rabbis and you can learn their opinions. And if you don't like one answer, there's always another for you to consider.
What does a certain line in Devarim mean? Well, Rashi says it's one thing. But the Ramban says it is just the opposite. And the Ran says something totally different. You can accept any of these and be in complete disagreement with another Jew and still be considered fully Orthodox.
Now, that seems like a great merit of Orthodoxy, seriously. How many other religious orthodoxies allow such direct disagreements? Usually there is a standard and any deviation from that standard is just that, a deviation. Different views of the same issues are not considered equally valid.
However, looking at it from the harsh view of science. How in the world can any curious Jew know if their view is the true one if all sorts of different views are equally valid? There ought to be just one correct answer for any one question. Having opposites being equally true makes scholarship a joke.
This is related to one reason why string theory is having such problems. It has wonderful equations that can theoretically give us the answer for fundamentally why the universe is at it is. But the problem is that it has too many solutions! There are a plethora of answers that the equations can solve for but having so many answers makes string theory less potent, not more because then we have no idea which answer is the true one. How can the theory of everything have a multitude of answers?
How can the Truth from God have multiple equally true and contradictory explanations?