Arguments from Silence and Anonymous Gospels

An argument from silence is a logically fallacious argument that argues from the silence, or absence, of evidence. For example: “I cannot find my wallet, have you seen it?” I ask you. You remain silent and shrug your shoulders. “I knew you took it,” I say. “Where is it?” I just reached a conclusion basedContinue reading “Arguments from Silence and Anonymous Gospels”

Why I Wish Christians Would Argue More (No, Seriously)

Trevin Wax does a great job distinguishing a quarrel from an argument. The former is poisonous, the latter is greatly needed.