Logic is simply the science of reasoning and argumentation. In essence, the study of logic is concerned with inferences: what conclusions we should—or shouldn’t—draw from one or more premises (initial assumptions or claims). Logic distinguishes between good inferences (i.e., reliable forms of reasoning) and bad inferences (i.e., flawed forms of reasoning).James Anderson – How is Logic Evidence for God?
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I’ll share your post in the next Presup round up
Thanks Jim. I think James Anderson has a really good point in his reasoning. It’s short, to the point, and sweet.
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Yes it’s all that you said
To me these intellectual uprisings mock God. I think he confronts us in all corners of Creation, for relationship, and off we go beating around the bush. Let’s take off our shoes, and listen to him.