A Primer to Logic: The Role of Sentences in an Argument

An argument is made up of sentences that either make a claim (that which asserts something) or provide reasons (support for the assertion). For an argument to be effective, however, just any kind of sentence will not do.


On the Nature of Philosophy: An Interview with Dr. Cabal: Part I

As I began to discover the importance of apologetics in Christian history, as well as in my own understanding of evangelism and strengthening the faith of myself and other Christians, I began to realize that philosophy had been the key element to quality apologetics. I realized that I didn’t know what philosophy was; I had a definition that was wrong, a conception that was wrong.