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This is a follow-up piece to my previous audio blog on logical fallacies and the danger of accusing people of fallacies they did not commit. This piece focuses on how to effectively expose logical fallacies that are committed during a dialogue. Because this piece became one of the most popular posts, I began including this practical dialogue tip in a lot of my talks.
- Josh Brahm: You Should Know What a Logical Fallacy Actually Is
- Click here to watch Trent Horn talk about exposing logical fallacies on an episode of Life Report (or download the mp3 here)
- Click here for Greg Koukl’s Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions
- Click here for Justice for All’s “Three Essential Skills”
- Click here for an explanation of post hoc ergo propter hoc
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