I was at a sutta reading a few weeks ago where the Sri Lankan monk giving it encouraged us to question what was said.
I think that is a good quality.
The Buddha was just a man, not a "Lord" ( an English word ). His teachings were not written down until several hundred years after his death. The teachings also come to us through a filter of 2600 years, multiple cultures, possibly mistaken interpretations and the self interests of many, many people.
I think an attitude of respect, while having a questioning, critical, but open mind is a great Buddhist quality to keep.
In reading the scriptures, there are two kinds of mistakes:
One mistake is to cling to the literal text and miss the inner principles.
The second mistake is to recognize the principles but not apply them to your own mind, so that you waste time and just make them into causes of entanglement.