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I remember one of the minor stepping stones into me questioning my faith was the understanding of the burden of proof and the scientific method. I did not understand that atheism was the ‘Lack of Belief’ in that it takes the … Continue reading →
If Christ was in fact God, he knew all the future. Before Him like a panorama moved the history yet to be. He knew how his words would be interpreted. He knew what crimes, what horrors, what infamies, would be … Continue reading →
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Reductive Reasoning Reductio ad absurdum (Latin: “reduction to the absurd“) is a form of argument in which a proposition is proven or disproven by following it sequentially to an absurd result. Another name for this (reductive reasoning) … Continue reading →