There is an intense debate on ecclesiology going on in Reconstructionist circles, but the rhetoric seems more intense than the substance in many cases. In some ways this debate is similar to previous intramural debates within the community. In other ways it is not. One difference is that this time around we have platforms such […]
The wailing imams of the dry jihad are shouting “forbidden!” again. That’s right; the old prohibitionist crusade against enjoying alcohol has boiled to a head yet again, this time with well-known Baptist popularizer John MacArthur stirring the wort. Or perhaps I should say, spitting in it. MacArthur seems very distraught that the so-called “young, restless, […]
Mama always used to say that if you tell a lie, you’ll have to tell another lie to cover that one up. Then another, and another, and so on. Soon you’ll be trapped in a web of lies and, worse, living a life of lies. There is another maxim to consider: when accusing someone of […]
Fallacies of oversimplification often appear in the form of a false dilemma. This fallacy occurs when someone attempts to force a choice between two options even though other options may exist. This oversimplifies the truth by pretending that the two options presented are the only options available.