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A Christian's guide to critical thinking / Henry A. Virkler. [print]

By: Virkler, Henry A [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Eugene, Oregon : Wipf and Stock, [(c)2005. Description: 336 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1597526614; 9781597526616Subject(s): Bible -- Hermeneutics | Critical thinking | Theology -- MethodologyLOC classification: BS476.C475 2005BS476.C475 2005COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
PART I : Introductory questions and concepts. 1. How do we come to know truth? ; ; PennsylvaniaRT II : Interpreting God's word. 2. Hermeneutical principles I 3. Hermeneutical principles II ; ; PennsylvaniaRT III : Interpreting God's world. 4. Principles of experimental design 5. Principles of statistical analysis ; ; PennsylvaniaRT IV : Discovering fallacies in reasoning. 6. Logical fallacies I 7. Logical fallacies II ; ; PennsylvaniaRT V : Concluding questions and concepts. 8. Is there a fourth way of gaining knowledge? ; 9. Using what you have learned.
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Previously published by Thomas Nelson in 1993.

PART I : Introductory questions and concepts. 1. How do we come to know truth? ; ; PennsylvaniaRT II : Interpreting God's word. 2. Hermeneutical principles I 3. Hermeneutical principles II ; ; PennsylvaniaRT III : Interpreting God's world. 4. Principles of experimental design 5. Principles of statistical analysis ; ; PennsylvaniaRT IV : Discovering fallacies in reasoning. 6. Logical fallacies I 7. Logical fallacies II ; ; PennsylvaniaRT V : Concluding questions and concepts. 8. Is there a fourth way of gaining knowledge? ; 9. Using what you have learned.

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