Logic 101 · Series

Introduction to Logical Symbols

The first set of tools that we need to reconstruct, raise, and evaluate deductive arguments are logical symbols. A good deductive argument must follow the Structural Principle of the Code of Intellectual Conduct, which says that deductive arguments should adhere to rules of argumentation that produce formally valid, sound arguments. That principle is true when… Continue reading Introduction to Logical Symbols

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Series Introduction: Retractions

I have to begin with the classic deserted island question: If you were stranded on an island by yourself and could only bring one book, which one would you bring? I think the question, stated in this way, is a bit unfair. Any Christian, after all, is going to answer “the Bible” (I hope). So… Continue reading Series Introduction: Retractions


Series Introduction: Explorations

The tagline of this website is “Exploring Oneness Pentecostal Theology.” As I said in the series on my spiritual and intellectual journey, I’ve spent most of my life among Oneness Pentecostals. That means my theological reflections begin with the Oneness views and work from there. By contrasting the Oneness Pentecostal views with the views of… Continue reading Series Introduction: Explorations

Logic 101 · Philosophy · Series

Logic 101: A Code of Intellectual Conduct

In the previous post in this series on logic I discussed the R.E.A.D. Method. This is the procedure for finding and evaluating arguments that I will continue to fill out during this series. But before I jump into an exploration of topics under each acronym of the R.E.A.D. Method, I think it’s important to lay… Continue reading Logic 101: A Code of Intellectual Conduct