3 Final Logical Fallacies to Avoid (and How to Tell When Someone Else is Committing Them) — Apologetics for the Church


[This is the final post in the series on Logic and Apologetics] Begging the Question—assuming a conclusion to be true without proving it. If I am trying to prove that people have lost the ability to distinguish between right and wrong by citing increase numbers of adulterous affairs and abortions, I am assumingadultery and abortion […]

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