As I’ve noted many times in the past, the a major purpose of The Oneness Exchange is, well, exchange. By that I mean the exchange of ideas between Oneness Pentecostals and other Christian views. Of course, one of the ways this has taken place in the past is through debates. Now, what exactly is a… Continue reading Series Introduction: Debate Reviews
I’ve done a couple of posts like this already, but I’ve decided that I’m going to title subsequent posts “New and Upcoming Books” rather than “New Book Releases” like I did last time. I want to highlight interesting books that will be coming out as well as books that have been released. When it comes to notable… Continue reading New and Upcoming Books (Quarter 2, 2017)
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
The first to state his case seems right, until his opponent begins to cross-examine him. —Proverbs 18:17 NET Last time I talked about a number of concepts from Mortimer J. Adler’s book How to Speak, How to Listen that I think give some of the best pointers for having fruitful conversations. Recall that a fruitful… Continue reading Logic 101: How to Have Fruitful Conversations (Part 2)
In my last post I summarized twelve principles from Attacking Faulty Reasoning that constitute what T. Edward Damer calls “A Code of Intellectual Conduct.” (From here on in the post I will refer to this as simply the “Code.”) These principles are not only useful in the ways that I described in the last post (as… Continue reading Logic 101: The Qualities of Good Arguments
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
In my last post I discussed the goals of this website. There I briefly mentioned the possibility of hosting a discussion forum for this website in the distant future. But a friend of mine introduced me to a platform called Discord that I think will be a better alternative. Discord is a text and voice chat… Continue reading Live Chat is Live!