To my mind "Remembrance Of Things Past" , in which the Thing was "outed" as being Jewish was possibly the most moving story involving not just a member of the Fantastic Four but any Marvel hero/heroine.(hey I'm Catholic!) I particularly liked the scene where Ben Grimm is seen reciting the Shema (the ancient Hebrew prayer for the dead)over the seemingly dead body of the pawnshop owner from the old neighbourhood and the scene where he refuses to forgive Ben for stealing his Star of David because he has strictly speaking done nothing worth forgiving over-asnd it wasn't even Yom Kippur- The "Day Of Atonement" anyway. The only question is why it was never done earlier. It's not as if there aren't already stories in which a Marvel character's religious beliefs play a large role in his or her life, be it Frank Castle or Kurt Wagner's studying for the Catholic priesthood or Eddie Brock's reluctance to take his own life because according to his Church teaching, suicide is a mortal sin. There are other Marvel characters( Sabra, Shadowcat, Doc Samson, Moon Knight to say nothing of subsidiary characters such as Anna Kapplebaum or Bernadette Rosenthal in "Captain America") who are known to be Jewish. I look forward to stories about the religious beliefs of his fellow FF-ers especially Sue and Johnny whom I strongly suspect of being Catholic( In FF #Annual 3, Reed and Sue are shown being married by a priest of an unnamed denomination but I suspect to be Catholic). by the way I'm writing a novel dealing with the religious affiliations of Defenders' ally Seraph.