Gabriel Conroy examines the appeal to disbelief.
Guidelines for thinking about using ad hominem arguments.
Ad hominems probably aren’t valid. But we can’t get away from them, and we’ll have to learn how to deal with them.
I’ve never done this before — promoted my own comment, that is. But I think I got a pretty decent thought out there.
The legal writing in Obergefell v. Hodges is both a model and a caution for future writers, especially those who, like lawyers, would write to persuade.
Scripture and Tradition both indicate that few are saved and many are damned. Should Christians assent to this doctrine?
There’s an island where the first type always tell the truth and the second type always lie.
Russell, my co-blogger over at Blinded Trials, and I text each other…rather frequently. Since we’ve been doing our sub-blog (which is a total blast!), a continual source of texting delight for us is the search terms that people use to find us. What made that person search for that? What made them click through to us? What did they make…