A conversational book inviting readers to have a respectful discussion regarding truth, the Christian message, and the need to think critically in order to consider adopting a biblical worldview. About the Author Ben Gutierrez is administrative dean for undergraduate programs at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership & Divinity from Regent University.
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“Critical thinking is a self-guided, selfdisciplined process which directs individuals to think correctly about themselves and the world around them.” (Page 21)
“Appeal to ignorance is used when a person claims something is true simply because it cannot be disproved, or that something is fictitious because it cannot be proven to be true.” (Page 41)
“Ad Hominem literally means ‘to the man.’ This fallacy seeks to discredit a person’s argument by attacking their personal character, origin, associations, etc., rather than their ideas.” (Page 40)
“An overgeneralization argument is when a judgment is made about an entire group of people based upon the behavior, usually undesirable, of a few in that group.” (Page 48)
“The is/ought or naturalistic fallacy occurs when a person comes to a conclusion about the way things ought to be on the basis of how things are or are assumed to be.” (Page 47)