Come Let Us Reason by Norman L. Geisler and Ronald M. Brooks

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The authors believe that logical thinking is a discovery not an invention. Based on that premise they set about helping the reader improve their logical skills, for without logical thinking we will not be able to either understand the Bible, nor make rational decisions in life. Come Let Us Reason goes on to give us a mini-course on logic. In the process it addresses subjects that only someone working in the field of logic, or a student cramming for a test, would take much interest. Nevertheless the book is very gratifying and deals well with an important subject. I found it refreshing, especially chapter six on informal fallacies.

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