The verb "question" has two meanings... it can mean to enquire or it can mean to criticize.
I am clearly here to criticize Buddhism. And, I believe my criticisms are valid.
Religion is deeply connected to culture. The original Buddhism that developed in Eastern India and spread to the Far East has a different meaning to the people who followed it than it does to people in the West.
This is also true with Christianity of course. Christianity started with fisherman and working people of a marginalized Middle Eastern culture that was under the imperial control of the world power of the day. If you took a first century Christian and put them into an American church, they would first be confused... and then they would likely be shocked and dismayed. We have taken their religion and molded it to our own culture.
The difference is that modern American Christians don't pretend to be Middle Eastern fisherman. No one really thinks of Christianity as a Middle Eastern religion any more (Jesus is even portrayed as a White man).
I am critical of the pretentiousness of Buddhism. Any religion has parts that aren't logically consistent; Jesus is at once God and God's son for example.
But Western Buddhists want to pretend that Buddhism is logical in the mathematical sense. And that is simply nonsense.