How to Argue Like a Christian

debate1.jpgPart 1

Part 2

Part 3

Introduction

Labels

Judging Motives

Judging Motives, Continued

Elision (Skipping Steps)

Elision, In Response to Robert, Part 2

Elision, In Response to Robert, Part 3

Elision, In Response to Robert, Part 4

Elision, In Response to Robert, Part 5

Elision, In Response to Robert, Part 6

Reflections on the Conversation with Robert

Over-generalizing and Not Listening

False Dichotomies

Camel’s Noses and Compromises

Slander, Gossip & Swimming Pools

Abusing the Language

Unsupported Accusations

On Laughing at Ourselves

Listening

Answering

The Last-Verse-Read Argument

Nomenclature

How to Argue Like a Christian: Supplemental Thoughts

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