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GodSands
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4/5/2011 5:53:18 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Putting aside religion once more, this video of Paul Washer preaching at a University is probably one of his best. He makes great sense throughout and he reveals a few logical fallacies that today's secular world make towards relationships.

I strongly recommend that everyone should watch the whole entire video. Thank you.
GeoLaureate8
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4/5/2011 6:03:45 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Logical fallacies in relationships? Logic is not something you will find in many relationships unfortunately! It's pretty hard to mix the two.
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GodSands
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4/5/2011 6:12:52 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 4/5/2011 6:03:45 PM, GeoLaureate8 wrote:
Logical fallacies in relationships? Logic is not something you will find in many relationships unfortunately! It's pretty hard to mix the two.

Logical fallacies that the secular world or non biblical teachings make about relationships.

For example, when someone says they are in love with some girl, they are really at the core, just getting what they want. Good looks, good personality and good general chemistry, which at the heart of the matter is all about lust and being around someone to make yourself feel better about yourself, and that is not love in the least, but selfishness. Seriously, you do not have to watch the video, but I would strongly recommend that you do.
Mirza
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4/5/2011 6:13:58 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 4/5/2011 6:03:45 PM, GeoLaureate8 wrote:
Logical fallacies in relationships? Logic is not something you will find in many relationships unfortunately! It's pretty hard to mix the two.
In what sense? They do not mix in order to become one, and they do not have to. But they mix well enough to create an astonishing contrast that makes them bound. When you speak of "logic" in relationship I am keen in knowing what you mean by that.