The Logics of Scripture – Various
Scripture & Logic : (John 15:4–17) Identified with Christ
Book of Romans.
(Rom 3:3-7) Scripture & Logic Category Mistake
(Rom 6:3-5) Scripture & Logic : Identified with Christ
Rom 10:5–17 : Scripture & Logic
Rom 5:15-21: 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?
Book of Galatians.
Book of Hebrews.
Recent Logic Articles
- Christianity Is False, If Subsidiary Aspects Of Ontology Are Denied - Jesus Christ used a modus tollens argument to falsify the Jewish leaders claim that He was the king of demons.
- (Matt 27:40) Logically Valid, but Biblically False - To be a sound argument the form needs to be valid and the premises need to be true.
- Skepticism - it is certain that it is uncertain that there is no certainty, but again this is total stupidity and self-refuting. That is, in order to be true, it must be false.
- Rom 5:15-21: Scripture & Logic - By the shield of faith you can stop every temptation from Satan, whose power sways the whole world: you can literally stop the god of this age with one small shield.
- Rom 10:5–17 : Scripture & Logic - The word of faith tells us that Jesus is our high priest who redeems us. He does the hard work to reconcile God and man together, so that, upon being reconciled man might fully enjoy the lavish blessings of their heavenly Father.
- Jesus’ Prayer: God’s Command is God’s Will - If God caused(decreed) the Apostle Thomas to disbelieve Jesus’ resurrection, then necessarily it is right(ethics) for Thomas to choose to doubt what Jesus commanded him to believe. Right?
- 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.
- Mohler’s Poverty Gospel Promises too Little - Even if these eternal promises are superior, for example compared to a healing promise today, then it a point of non-irrelevant to the argument. It is a red-herring. A promise is a promise
- 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?
- Scripture & Logic (Rom 3:3-7) Category Mistake - Paul is logically doing two things here. First, he is dealing with an informal fallacy called a categorical fallacy. Second, is to state truths concerning cause and effects (or basic Modus Ponens) arguments).
- Scripture & Logic : Why is Pharaoh Punished? - Paul’s opponent says, “if Pharaoh went along with God’s causality—that is, to be hard hearted and resist God’s command—then why is Pharaoh punished?” This objection is bottom of the barrel stupid... .
- Scripture & Logic : Identified with Christ - Romans 6 :3-5 Scripture & Logic : Identified with Christ 3 Or do you not know that as many as were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death? 4 Therefore we have been buried with him through baptism into death, in order that just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of […]
- The Bible is Philosophy - Systematic Theology, or Systematic Philosophy all refer to a "public system of thinking about the world." ..Peter says that Scripture reveals all the important things relating to life and godliness.
- Scripture and Logic : Jesus commands Proof of Discipleship. - Fruit in context is asking and getting what you ask for from God. Jesus says this “PROVES” you are HIS DISCIPLES.
- Romans 8:30–32 –Part 2 — (SCRIPTURE and LOGIC) - PART 2 –Concluding arguments of Paul from Romans 8:31–35 SCRIPTURE & LOGIC Victory in Christ 31 What then shall we say about these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? 32 Indeed, he who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all, how will he not […]
- Romans 8:30–32 –Part 1– (SCRIPTURE and LOGIC) - It has already been made part of the Elect’s DNA. Therefore, there is no possible way to be against God’s Elect.
- 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 […]
- Hebrews 10:19-24 – LOGIC & SCRIPTURE - Drawing near to God and obtaining His promises of salvation, help, healing and miracles is a gospel commanded and not merely a suggestion; it is the first Christian ethic in light of Jesus’ blood that established bold access to the presence of God.