However, I would avoid making connections between, say...the result of some math operations and the trinity! It's way too much for me. While doing so can lead to something you may call "deeper conceptions ", I find it rather irrelevant, to be honest. Going deeper into a problem actually means finding different approaches to it, so it's relative. That doesn't mean that the most unusual theories are also the deepest ones, the notions of "deep" and "shallow", although often used, don't always have a fixed meaning. I'd probably say that the "deepest answers" are the ones which, in my opinion, are more logical, but this involves a certain degree of relativity and perspectivism (I'm a fan of Nietzsche!). Thus, I cannot call one answer or question deeper than the other, since I cannot be sure of what somebody else would think of it. As an example, logical explanation appeal more to a Thinker than to a Feeler.
Thus, what I'd call my deepest reasoning may seem shallow to others and, confronted with their different views, I may either agree with them or not. In this case, finding arguments for the existence of God by exploring mathematics, for instance, is something I simply find absurd, while others could see this as a search for deeper answers.
I'm from Europe, so I've been taught the metric system in the 2nd grade, I think. The government encouraging Christian teachings is a common situation in countries where this religion is prevalent. I'm fond of the secularization that especially countries in Northern Europe have implemented and I hope every state on Earth understands that, well, God shouldn't be dragged into all kind of stuff and subjects and sciences and bah!