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Month: April 2018 (Page 1 of 2)

Why Jesus Hates Religion: Part 10 – Futility and Death

Why Jesus Hates Religion: Part 9 – Division in the Body

Why Jesus Hates Religion: Part 8 – Works and the Wisdom of Men Replace the Spirit

Why Jesus Hates Religion: Part 7 – Spirit and Truth

Why Jesus Hates Religion: Part 6 – Lip Service

fallacy of division - logic - picture of puzzle pieces, mostly blue, but not entirely

Fallacies – Fallacy of Division

Assuming that something which is true of a thing must also be true of some or all of its parts (reverse of the Fallacy of Composition).

Examples:

Ex. #1: “The puzzle is mostly blue. Therefore, all pieces will also be mostly blue.”

Ex. #2: “America is going to war. All Americans are proponents of this war.”

division fallacy illustration

Note: this simplified illustration does not necessarily represent actual statistical proportions


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Why Jesus Hates Religion: Part 5 – Religion Doesn’t Really Need God

Why Jesus Hates Religion: Part 4 – Missing the One Who Sanctifies

Why Jesus Hates Religion: Part 3 – Religion Does Not Produce Holy Worship

Why Jesus Hates Religion: Part 2 – Ignorance and Enlightenment

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