Doubt Your Doubts

by Travis Dickinson

Doubt that doesn’t matter much

Some of our beliefs are mundane and they really don’t matter too much. It’s a big yawn, in these cases, to be corrected. I believe I have a dental appointment coming up on March 18. If my wife turned to me with her calendar in hand, a certain look on her face, and said that my appointment is not on April 18, I would shrug my shoulders and believe her. I also believe that if I leave campus after 4pm today, it will add 10 minutes to my drive. I believe that I save money shopping at Costco (please tell me I’m right). Any time I’m asked to consider joining a business venture that resembles a pyramid scheme, I believe it is not worth trying (FYI for all you schemers!!). I believe all these things, but I could give them up without much counter evidence. In consequence, they are minor…
 

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