Monday, March 1, 2010

Book Discussion for The Ultimate Proof

Believing God cover

If you're reading our March/April book, The Ultimate Proof of Creation by Dr. Jason Lisle, this is where you can make comments on the book, ask questions, or answer questions that I post here.

Click on the title of this post to see the discussion.

If you're not familiar with blogger, you can then leave a comment by:

1) Scrolling down to the bottom of the discussion (preferably after reading the discussion ;) ).

2) Click on the "Post a Comment" link. The comment box will pop up as a separate webpage. Write your comments in the text box.

3) Look below the text box and the "Choose an identity" line. Choose the "Name/URL" option. Type your first name into the correct place and click the "Publish Your Comment" button.

4) Your comment should now be posted.


Debbie, ChristFocus Book Club said...

We're having a nice conversation about this book over at Creation Conversations. Feel free to join us there.

Anonymous said...

I think that Ultimate Proof is a strong tool for sharpening our skills in debating. I took a logic course in college 40 years ago, and I certainly benefited from this “refresher course” in logical thinking. One thing that I particularly appreciated was the Appendix, where Lisle applies the techniques he has taught to actual letters written by Bible skeptics. Lisle analyzes the arguments used in the letters, showing the errors in logic, then he writes his response to the arguments. This helps me to see how logical fallacies can be spotted in actual conversations, which is where I am really weak, instead of just hypothetical textbook examples. Even if one does not often find himself in the position of debating or defending his beliefs, it is useful for him to study logic to just think more clearly so he can test the ideas he reads and hears to see if they are true. Judith