Contrary to popular opinion, giving up more things doesn't always make one holier
Truth is not necessarily the same thing as the majority opinion.
If you're going to let someone teach you, make sure that they aren't just an infiltrator trying to make you believe a lie
What happens when just a little false teaching is mixed in with the truth?
How else can we sort out what is true from what is false?
Just saying something is true doesn't make it so. How do we tell the difference?
Do we sometimes agree or "like" something without considering whether or not we should? How can we know the difference?
If we wouldn't eat something that didn't match the label, maybe we should double-check the contents of what we are learning, too.
What does it look like to move from baby food to something chewier?