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Logical Fallacy Thursday


Welcome back to Logical Fallacy Thursday. I’m going to look at one of the most common paragraphs in Christian apologetics this week. It’s from C. S. Lewis‘ Mere Christianity, and enough people find it convincing to ensure that I hear … Continue reading

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Logical Fallacy Thursday


If you’re reading this blog, chances are that your default position toward any claim is skepticism until evidence emerges to warrant belief–or at least that’s your ideal. Although skepticism is a cornerstone of critical thinking, I know that there are … Continue reading

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