Maybe a parody of Charles Osgood's famous poem can offer us a lesson for a life of purpose
We live in a world of conflicting ideas that can't all be true at once. How do we find the truth in all that, and does it matter whether or not we do so?
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?
Just saying something is true doesn't make it so. How do we tell the difference?
Does being spiritual or religious protect us from incorrect beliefs?
What should we do when we encounter people who are self-seeking and arrogant, especially when they are teaching lies?