A Good Argument

Some practical truths that are also helpful in Christian apologetics: An argument is a very simple thing. It has 2 parts. First, you make a claim. Secondly, you seek to support that claim. If all you do is make a claim without support for it then you’re just giving an unsupported opinion. If you support your argument well…you have a good argument. If you make mistakes or your premises do not support your conclusion, or you engage in faulty reasoning called fallacies, then your argument will crash and burn.

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