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Dear Hallee: The Law, Levitical Diet, & Acts 10

What about Acts 10:9-16? God showed Peter a vision of many “unclean” animals and told him that what God had sanctified we are not to call unclean. It is probably more healthy to eat a Levitical diet, but as far as it being a present day biblical mandate I cannot agree with that one.

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Would You Let Your Child See the Hunger Games?

Posted by Hallee on Mar 30, 2012 in Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, Family, Life, Parenting, Raising teens

Yesterday, on the Focus on the Family blog, the post title was “What Do You Think About The Hunger Games?” It posed the question, “Would you permit your son or daughter to watch if they wanted to? Why – or why not?”

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XIX

Posted by Gregg on Aug 7, 2011 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, homeschooling

The fallacy of the question-begging epithet is committed when an arguer tries to evoke an emotional response that is meant to persuade others of a point that is logically questionable.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XVIII

Posted by Gregg on Jul 31, 2011 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Fallacy of Begging the Question. Begging the Question introduces irrelevancy into the argument because it does not introduce any new information. Begging the Question merely reasserts the existing position (suppositions/assumptions) of the debater.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XVII

Posted by Gregg on Jul 24, 2011 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Fallacy of the Complex Question. The Fallacy of the Complex Question uses biased language in place of reasoned, rational, logical argumentation.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XVI

Posted by Gregg on Jul 17, 2011 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Fallacy of Equivocation.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XV

Posted by Gregg on Jul 10, 2011 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Fallacy of Bifurcation, also called the Fallacy of the False Dichotomy, the Fallacy of the False Dilemma, or the Either-Or Fallacy.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XIV

Posted by Gregg on Jul 3, 2011 in apologetics, Christian Faith, Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Straw Man Fallacy.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XIII

Posted by Hallee on May 20, 2010 in Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss Argumentum ad Logicam, the Fallacist’s Fallacy.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XII

Posted by Hallee on Apr 15, 2010 in Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Fallacy of the Argument from (Personal) Incredulity.

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