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Funsized Series

All the chewy goodness of one of the best books on worldview assessment; now in new fun-sized bites! Principle #2: “How Nietzsche Wins” Dr. Nancy Pearcey notes an important characterization that Paul makes in Romans 1:23, that folks “exchanged” the glory...
All the chewy goodness of one of the best books on worldview assessment; now in new fun-sized bites! Principle #4: “Why Worldviews Commit Suicide” Dr. Nancy Pearcey begins the chapter by suggesting that there are two important principles in testing a...
All the chewy goodness of one of the best books on worldview assessment; now in new fun-sized bites! Principle #3: “Secular Leaps of Faith” Dr. Nancy Pearcey devotes this particular chapter to investigating the consequences of holding to a non-Christian worldview....
Dr. Norm Geisler explains why you should not be persuaded by the fallacy of irrelevant conclusion.
Step Three: Using Columbo to Lead the Way
All the chewy goodness of one of the best books on worldview assessment; now in new fun-sized bites! Principle #1: “The Twilight of the Gods” Dr. Nancy Pearcey begins the chapter bemoaning the entertainment strategies of church youth groups. Because churches...
All the chewy goodness of proper hermeneutics in new fun-sized bites!
Dr. John Nolt et al. provide a definition for post hoc ergo propter hoc as well as why it flounders as an inductive fallacy.
Suicide: Views that Self-Destruct
Getting in the Driver’s Seat: The Columbo Tactic

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