Don't just accept- weigh it all.
Everything I believe has gone through the wringer. Usually more than once.
I have even questioned gun ownership several times in my life. "What if 'they' are right, and it's a bad idea for 'regular people' to own and to carry guns?" "What if wanting a gun is a sign of mental instability?" "What if the presence of a gun really does put the innocent in more danger?"
The questions lead to a couple of different actions. I begin to consider the possibilities in my own mind. Deeply and constantly. And, I read more about what other people have to say about the matter. Then I take that new information and incorporate it into the mix and think about it all some more.
I have changed my mind, or at least opened myself up to other possibilities, on some big questions in the past. It may happen again.
The thing is, each time I change my mind on something, I move toward more liberty- a stronger respect for individuals to live their lives as they see fit. I have never yet moved away from that toward more control by some over the lives of others.
Each time I go through this process I come to realize even more strongly that respecting liberty really is the best way to deal with other people. I realize that any "system" that ignores this, or fears liberty, is perverted. Even if I might have once found some value in what I now reject.
If this keeps up I'll wind up an anarchist. Oh, wait...