by Rob Lundberg Have you ever been involved in a conversation with a skeptical co-worker or a friend who has asked you this question: “If
Category: laws of logic
The First Principle of Law
by Rob Lundberg This is the final installment in this series on the First Principles. The First Principles are the starting points for where we
The First Principle of Origin Science
by Rob Lundberg When it comes to conversations with atheists, Christians love to get themselves into “hot water” by debating the topic of creation versus
The First Principle of Truth
by Rob Lundberg What follows from the first principle of logic is its product known as truth. Of course if you have logical principles or laws
The First Principle of Logic
by Rob Lundberg WHAT IS THE FIRST PRINCIPLE OF LOGIC? The first principle of all knowledge is the law of noncontradiction. This foundational first principle of
Why Do a Series on The First Principles
by Rob Lundberg Romans 12:2 tells that we are not to be “conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing (not the removal
Back to Basics: What is Truth? Is it Absolute or Relative?
by Rob Lundberg One of the basic building blocks for defending the faith is starting off with the fact that truth exists. With all that
What is Wrong with Relativism?
by Rob Lundberg In my post on How to Recognize and Dismantle Self Defeating Statements, I mentioned there in some other posts that each of
Doubt Everything! Should I doubt that too?
by Rob Lundberg If you happened upon one of my recent posts on How to Recognize and Dismantle Self-Defeating Statements, this post will sound a
How to Recognize and Dismantle Self Defeating Statements
by Rob Lundberg Over the years that I have been blogging, you may have found posts on truth, and maybe a response to a self
The Spurious World of Pantheism
by Rob Lundberg Returning back to my series on world views, I gave a brief summary of what the seven major world views believe in
A Quick Look at Theism
by Rob Lundberg For several centuries the theistic worldview has been criticized as being outdated by its modern critics. Some have even stated that it