Yes, we are. We at least must prove them sufficiently to ourselves in
order for us to accept them. 

What is one plus one? The majority will say "two."  Why? Because we
accept the theorem, based upon evidence that it works for us. Do you and
I believe in the BoM? Yes. Why? Because we have tested it against the
evidence of the Holy Ghost.
Though your text book told you about biology, you still cut into that
frog in class. Why? To prove the statements in the book that a frog does
have heart, lungs, etc.
Each time you turn on a light switch, you do it with faith, because you
have previously tested the theory that it will normally turn on the
light. When the light doesn't come on, then new theories appear: the bulb
is broken, the power is out, the wiring is messed up, etc. To get this
fixed, we must test each possible answer until the evidence points us to
the correct one.
IN other words, we test theories out each and every day. Most are on
things that are not earth shattering. But they are theories, nonetheless.

K'aya K'ama,
Gerald/gary  Smith    gszion1    http://www
"No one is as hopelessly enslaved as the person who thinks he's free."  -
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Not all of us are required to prove theories.

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