This entire series is going to discuss how to find and evaluate certain kinds of arguments. But nothing that I said in the introduction to this series indicated exactly what I mean by an “argument” in the first place. I'll explain that in this post. What Arguments Are Not Let’s start by clearing away some… Continue reading Logic 101: What’s an Argument?
Let’s start this series with a scenario that you may, or may not, ever encounter. You are walking through an antique store when you accidentally bump into a fragile item on a shelf. The next two seconds seem like slow motion as you watch the item fall to the floor and shatter. You attempt to… Continue reading Series Introduction: Logic 101
David Bernard's The Glory of God in the Face of Jesus Christ is easily the most important book on Oneness Pentecostal theology from the last decade. It is a part of the Journal for Pentecostal Theology supplement series, and is in fact (what he says is) a slightly modified form of his doctoral dissertation for… Continue reading On David K. Bernard’s Trinitarian Thought Experiment
In an earlier post I gave what I claimed was an inconsistent triad (or set of three claims) about the Father and Jesus. After a few months of thought, I would now like to amend that original triad. A New Inconsistent Tetrad The original triad of claims consisted in the following three claims: There is… Continue reading A New Set of Inconsistent Claims about the Father and Jesus
There are a lot of views out there about the Father and Jesus Christ. Trinitarians claim that the Father and Jesus are both truly divine Persons. Others deny this and say that the Father is the only truly divine Person. To say that the Father is the only truly divine Person commits one to either… Continue reading An Inconsistent Triad about the Father and Jesus