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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance XI

Posted by Hallee on Apr 8, 2010 in Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Fallacy of the Weak Analogy, sometimes called the Fallacy of the Questionable Analogy and sometimes mistakenly called a False Analogy.

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Critical Thinking: Fallacies from Relevance X

Posted by Hallee on Apr 1, 2010 in Critical Thinking, homeschooling

In this post, I will discuss the Fallacy of Division and Fallacy of Composition.

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Creation: All Things New Again

Posted by Gregg on Dec 27, 2009 in apologetics, Creation, homeschooling

Because of the Hubble Constant, their math doesn’t even work out anymore. There are stars that are moving far too fast; stars that are far too distant, stars that are far too bright; etc., ad nauseam. Informed scientists know this. Many have abandoned the accepted theories and are in dedicated pursuit of the truth. Many others refuse to do so because of the metaphysical implications alternative theories present. The latter group has the loudest voice.

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