Examples of logical or rhetorical fallacies to avoid

At times, when discussing or arguing with other people, we may be guilty of committing a logical or a rhetorical fallacy. No one is perfect and we may all be guilty of such at times.  A fallacy is simply incorrect reasoning leading to an invalid argument or statement in relation to logic or rhetoric. There

What are Hermeneutics and Exegesis?

I have already explained what Hermeneutics and Exegesis are in my own words in the post entitled “XegesIs Introduction.” I here cite a few biblical scholars that define in their own words what Exegesis is. The first is Dr. Scot McKnight, Julius R. Mantey Chair of New Testament. He is a Professor at Northern Seminary in Lisle,

Introduction to XegesIs

I have done four years of online academic Biblical Studies with Dr. Michael S. Heiser from 2008-2012, including summer time. Within those four years, I completed one year of biblical Hebrew and Greek, and three years of theological and other related Biblical Studies. In 2012, I also completed two courses of Religious Studies through one

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