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B < C C < D a few D < E No A < E. 7. If the cosmological argument is right, then a private God exists, and if the universe is everlasting, then the universe is God. both the cosmological argument is correct or the universe is everlasting. accordingly, both a private God exists or the universe is God. eight. God loves all males. All males are sinners. as a result, God loves sinners. nine. J Q Q J 10. it's precise that Jesus either intentionally attempted to meet prophecy and is simply a guy. Jesus is not only a guy. So, it isn't actual that Jesus either intentionally attempted to meet prophecy and is simply a guy. eleven. guy is totally unfastened. God isn't really a guy. therefore, God isn't thoroughly loose. 12. (N L ) . (~N S) L ν S N ν ~N thirteen. No contingent being is important. God is critical. So, God isn't a contingent being. 14. Archaeology helps the Bible. That which helps the Bible is an effective apologetic instrument. All strong apologetic instruments will be vigorously studied. whatever that are meant to be vigorously studied should be exertions. exertions isn't any enjoyable. therefore, archaeology is not any enjoyable. 15. both each influence has a reason or a few results are uncaused. each impact has a reason. So, it isn't the case that a few results are uncaused. sixteen. S < M a few M < P a few S < P 17. If Jesus have been God, then he would seem at any time when I requested. although, Jesus doesn’t seem each time I ask. for this reason, Jesus isn't God. 18. George believes that Paul is honest. Paul believes in Jesus Christ. for this reason George believes in Jesus Christ. 19. If deism is correct, then the Bible can't be actual. Deism is fake. So, the Bible might be real. 20. Z < G a few L < Z L < G. 21. B ν O ~O B 22. If intelligence purely comes from intelligence, then evolution can’t be precise. Evolution can’t be precise. consequently, intelligence simply comes from intelligence. 23. (J ok) . (F R) J ν F okay ν R 24. All humanists have an interest in human rights. No Christian is a humanist. hence, no Christian is drawn to human rights. 25. while you're a scholar of common sense, then you definately can make certain if syllogisms are legitimate or invalid, and when you are a scholar of the Bible, then you definitely can clarify a passage of Scripture to a person. both you could make certain if syllogisms are legitimate or invalid, otherwise you can clarify a passage of Scripture to anyone. So, both you're a scholar of common sense or a scholar of the Bible. 26. No B < T a few T < V a few < B 27. (U ν I) . (E ν O) (E ν O) (U ν O) . (E ν O) 28. on your religion you'll want to provide ethical excellence, and on your wisdom, self-discipline; and on your self-discipline, perseverance; and on your perseverance, godliness; and on your godliness, brotherly kindness; and on your brotherly kindness, Christian love. (2 puppy. 1:5–7) So, your religion should still offer Christian love. 29. (C ν D) H ~(C ν D) ~H 30. both those workouts are over otherwise you need to perform a little extra. those routines are over. consequently, you don't have to do from now on. 6 casual Fallacies first and foremost blush chances are you'll imagine that an off-the-cuff fallacy is the failure to put on a tux for your top friend’s marriage ceremony. however it isn’t. it's an blunders in readability or soundness of inspiration.
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