Raising the flop with the intention of folding to a 3bet, and checking behind on the turn, is very inconsistent poker. If you think he has Ax a high portion of the time you should fold; if you think he has draws a high portion of the time you should raise the flop or the turn, depending on whether or not you think he\'ll lead the turn with J7/QJ/etc. As is, the totally \"standard\" (readless) play is to call down, and take a note on what he coldcalls with. There are a lot of options in this situation, but with no read on your opposition it\'s really hard to establish the \"best\" line. Folding, however, will rarely enter into it.
I fairly frequently take a passive line here in passive games of call/call/call. This is modified as I learn more about the player. The main reason that raising the flop with the intention of checking the turn is incorrect is that you\'re charging yourself extra bets vs. an Ace, but failing to capitalize on value vs hands like JT and draws. If you feel that you\'re ahead often enough on the flop to be raising for value, you should continue to valuebet throughout the hand.
In this hand, once he checks the river, you should value bet. You\'ll get paid off by all sorts of trash here. Yes, he\'ll have Ax occasionally, but not nearly as often as he\'ll have a curious Q9/KT/etc sort of hand that will make a bad river call.