Shall we pray? Shall we venerate and stay ceremonious? (part 20) He has learned from the world’s religions although he frequently challenges religion in “Song of Myself, ” it’s important to remember that this is a religious poem in many ways, and Whitman feels. He has got drunk deeply of Christian some some ideas like divine mysteries and significance of faith and hope. He’s got great faith in the order of the planet and will not think, like Shakespeare’s atheistic…