Christian Logic

The Logics of Scripture – Various

Scripture & Logic : (John 15:4–17) Identified with Christ

John 5:23 – Scripture & Logic

Colossians 2:19–22 – Logic & Scripture

 

Book of Romans.

Rom 1:18–2:15 – Scripture & Logic

(Rom 3:3-7) Scripture & Logic Category Mistake 

Rom 5:15-21: Scripture & Logic

(Rom 6:3-5) Scripture & Logic : Identified with Christ

Romans 8:9-11 (Scripture & Logic)

Romans 8:28-30 – Logical Chain Argument

Romans 8:30–32 –Part 1– (SCRIPTURE and LOGIC)

Romans 8:30–32 –Part 2 — (SCRIPTURE and LOGIC) 

(Rom 9) Scripture & Logic : Why is Pharaoh Punished? 

Rom 10:5–17 : Scripture & Logic

Rom 11:1–12 – Scripture & Logic – Election

Rom 11:13-24 – Scripture & Logic

 

 

Book of Galatians.

Book of Hebrews.

Hebrews 10:19-24 

Recent Logic Articles

  • Logic & Jesus Christ: The Law of Non-Contradiction - Mark 12:37, "Therefore David himself calls Him 'Lord'; how is He then his Son?" If the LoC is not an immutable motion of thinking, then Jesus’ appeal to it would mean David’s son(Jesus) is not David's Lord and is David's Lord.
  • Logic Lesson – Categorical vs. Hypothetical. James Creighton - In hypothetical reasoning, as in categorical, it is the presence of a universal principle which enables us to bring into relation two facts which formerly stood apart. Indeed, in many cases, it is a matter of indifference in which form the argument is stated.
  • Martin Luther- The Bondage of the Will – Commentary - If man on the lesser “relative level” is not-free to sin and Satan, or to the Spirit of Life, then how much more is man not free on the “ultimate level,” when God is the only direct cause of all things?
  • Romans 8:28-30 – Logical Chain Argument - Romans 8:28-30 A logical chain argument, or, a Categorical Sorites. Rom. 8:28-30 LEB And we know that all things work together for good for those who love God, for those who are called according to his purpose, because those whom he foreknew [i.e. Foreloved], he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his […]