In 1938, a pilot named Douglas Corrigan took off from New York City bound for Los Angeles. Somehow, though, he ended up in Dublin, Ireland. After that, he was forever known as Wrong-Way Corrigan. Now, it seems the disciple Thomas suffered a similar indignity . . . he is forever remembered as the guy who doubted the Lord’s resurrection. But maybe history has overemphasized that incident and overlooked Thomas’ positive traits.