Category Archives: Theology

The Way People Argue II

Sideways of the main question are where most people defend their positions. If you get your opponent stuck on a side issue you may win without beating your opponents logic. When on the sideways, you are appealing to emotion; particularly … Continue reading

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I was watching a debate in which a man named Lawrence Krauss tried to prove that God is not necessary for our existence. He argued against the evidence for God that was being presented by William Lane Craig. During Krauss’ … Continue reading

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The Maniac

The maniac’s world is very small. Everything in the maniac’s world is under his control and a world has to be very small to be under the control of one man. “The Maniac”, a chapter in G.K. Chesterton’s “Orthodoxy”, explains … Continue reading

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