Foundations of Apologetics: Argumentation and Logical Fallacies

The apologetics.com crew continue their series on the foundations of apologetics, discussing this week how to build an argument, and also how to assess them as well. They address reasoning mistakes such as false dilemmas, self-refuting arguments, the strawman fallacy, and even the two informal fallacies that are the pillars of comedy. Listen in and sharpen your mind!

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    Marcela 5 years ago

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