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Sharing Faith Today: Evangelism in the midst of trauma

Sharing Faith Today: Evangelism in the midst of trauma

Sharing Faith Today: Evangelism in the midst of trauma. Evangelism in the midst of trauma. W. Bruggemann: Our theology is defined by how we respond to suffering. Evangelism in the midst of trauma. Evil and Suffering: The challenge to evangelism. Evangelism in the midst of trauma.

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. Arguments. Arguments. To Simplify All S are P. a is S. Therefore , a is P. Arguments. If I do not wake up, then I cannot go to work. If I cannot go to work, then I will not get paid. Therefore , if I do not wake up, then I will not get paid. Arguments. To Simplify P → Q.

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Arguments

Arguments. What are we talking about?. What do we mean?. An argument is not a fight or a quarrel. It can be a pleasurable experience It is not a debate Think of it as a group of reasonable persons seeking the best solution to a problem. Implicit or Explicit.

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Arguments

Arguments. Determining Validity. Definition of a Symbolic Argument. An argument is an implication (conditional) whose “if” component consists of the conjunction of several propositions called premises (hypotheses) and whose “then” component is a proposition called the conclusion.

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ARGUMENTS

ARGUMENTS. Lesson Aims:. 1. Introduce the components of deductive arguments 2. Introduce the concept of formal validity 3. Introduce the concept of formal soundness. Deductive Arguments. 2 fundamental components:. Premises. Conclusion.

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Arguments

Arguments

Arguments. Arguments are lines of reasoning using propositions (claims or assertions) Propositions come in 3 forms: factual claims, opinions and ideas (including hypotheses and theories) Premise/Conclusion structure. Examples of Arguments.

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Arguments

Arguments

Arguments. A falasafaz ! presentation. Which arguments?. More like this. Not this. Defining Arguments. An argument is a connected series of statements intended to establish a proposition.

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Arguments

Arguments

Arguments. Making Sense I’d like to have an argument- Monty python https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQFKtI6gn9Y. Arguments. When people think of an argument, they usually think of a fight between two people ( ‘ they ’ re having an argument ’ ).

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Arguments

Arguments

Arguments. New Internationalist Easier English Upper-Intermediate Ready Lesson. Lesson menu. Starters: speaking (friendly arguments) grammar (review modal verbs) Main courses: speaking (introduction to texts) vocabulary (nuclear power / wages)

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Arguments

Arguments

Arguments. What are we talking about?. What do we mean?. An argument is not a fight or a quarrel. It can be a pleasurable experience It is not a debate Think of it as a group of reasonable persons seeking the best solution to a problem. Implicit or Explicit.

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