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After releasing my previous article, I felt the Holy Spirit was leading me to write an analysis of Jake’s assertions using the principles I listed and discussed in my then-two-part series on Critical Thinking. In obedience, I’ve rolled both that article and this one into that series because these additional articles illustrate how to practically apply the abstract concepts discussed in the first 3 articles to real-life encounters you may have with Christianity’s ideological opponents.
Now on to my analysis. While I have genuine compassion for Jake as a person, I have nothing but contempt for everything he had to say. Satan has deluded the man into arrogantly thinking he is a master of “critical thinking.” In reality, Jake demonstrated precisely the opposite; everything he said was rife with his personal biases as well as several logical fallacies.