Balancing an Open Mind with a Healthy Skepticism – Ed Zaccaro.

Because skepticism is a common Unitarian trait, we sometimes fail to keep our minds open to new ideas. Many of the greatest discoveries of the last 500 years were ridiculed and attacked when they were initially presented. Among the many consequences of this failure were delayed medical advances that caused needless suffering and death–all because ingrained thought in the medical profession closed people’s minds to new thinking.