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“The deepest sin against the human mind is to believe things without evidence.” -Thomas H. Huxley ******** “What can be asserted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence.” -Christopher Hitchens ******** “It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, … Continue reading
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The bible says we should judge a tree by the fruit that it bears, so for the sake of being biblically sound we will hold the biblical God to that same standard. To determine if the God of the Bible … Continue reading
This all together is a confusing topic to tackle, and somewhat difficult to explain or gather because of the way people/believers interpret the law and the bible. So in talking about God’s law we will actually be talking more about … Continue reading
So I saw a post on the blog, Is there a God titled, why does it have to be a war? And my initial reaction to this post was one of agreement that it doesn’t have to be a war … Continue reading
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Deductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning is a subdivision of logic and critical thinking and a form of reasoning in which a conclusion follows logically from the stated premises or proposition. Deduction is also a … Continue reading
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Inductive Reasoning Inductive reasoning is a form of inference argumentation that uses analogies, examples, observations, and experiences to form conclusive propositions. It is used mostly to explain properties and relations to … Continue reading
Introduction to Reasoning TABLE of CONTENTS for Reasoning with Faith, Religion, and Atheism Part 1.- Introduction to Reasoning and Fallacious Reasoning Part 2.- Circular Reasoning Part 3.- Analogical Reasoning Part 4.- Reductive Reasoning Part 5.- Abductive Reasoning Part 6.- Inductive … Continue reading