Never be afraid of results to which you may be driven by your investigations, as this will inevitably bias your mind and disqualify you from arriving at ultimate truth.
Investigate everything you believe: if it is truth, it cannot be injured thereby;
if error, the sooner it's corrected the better. - John Thomas
I'd been climbing for over five years before I ever geared up on natural rock. I knew my gear was sound. I knew my ropes were solid. I had checked and rechecked and triple-checked every point in the system - but commiting to a fall, giving myself to the rope and the harness, would put my heart right into my throat.
That experience taught me something.
Believing something in theory is different than believing it in practice.
You can run the checks over and over and over again. You can hear all the reassurances you like from those around you, but until you actually test your beliefs, you will never have full confidence in them.
Mission: Inspire personal, investigative study of the scriptures.
Goals: Connect people with resources for regular reading and study. Provide encouragement for continued research. Provide a structure for furthering the investigation.