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Series on Logic Part 7 - No True Scotsman

In continuing to work through logical fallacies, beloved, today we’re going to discuss the ‘No True Scotsman’ fallacy. We’ve been going through these fallacies, as you know if you’ve been keeping up with this series, to edify and encourage the body of Christ. 410 more words

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Series on Logic Part 6 - Straw Man Fallacy

Last week, dear ones, we discussed an Ad Hominem attack where one person, in a debate, attacks you personally rather than your position. The Straw Man fallacy is a similar attack, where your opponent essentially builds up a false view of what you’re arguing for, then tears that falsehood apart rather than addressing your actual position. 243 more words

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Series on Logic Part 5 - Ad Hominem

Well, dear ones, we are now safely tucked into our new home for my husbands next assignment. Which means I can happily dig more into this series on logic. 443 more words

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Series on Logic Part Four - Excluded Middle

Today, dear friends, we’re going to discuss the third law of Logic, the law of the excluded middle. This law specifies that something is either true or false, A or non-A, you’ll hear this often in things like ‘either God exists or He doesn’t’. 258 more words

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Series on Logic - Part Three Identity

Today we’re going to talk about the Law of Identity beloved. This law has made a tremendous impact on how I view heretical teachings that suggest God is like us. 302 more words

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Series on Logic - Part 2 The First Law

Beloved, today we’re going to talk about the laws of logic. Last week we began this series by summarizing what logic is. This week we’re going to discuss the first law of logic, the law of non-contradiction. 275 more words

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Series on Logic - Part 1

Beloved, I’d like to start a new series on Fridays that takes a quick look at the laws of logic, use of logic, and logical fallacies. 230 more words

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