Archive for the ‘Abstract Argument’ Category

Arguing Against an Invalid Viewpoint

Today, as always, Christians find themselves in head to head disputes over issues they cannot compromise. No matter what creative thinking either side might apply, there are things they cannot and will not do. On certain doctrinal and social issues, there is no alternative perspective to the orthodox...
April 29th, 2013 | Abstract Argument, Philosophy, Religion | Read More

Objective Beauty: An End to the Pepsi Challenge

Chocolate ice cream is objectively better than vanilla.  Coke is obviously superior to Pepsi.  Snickers is the best candy bar.  Most people would consider these statements a mere opinion or preference, but what if there was more to it than that?  Could one actually be better? Earlier this year I...
April 19th, 2013 | Abstract Argument | Read More

Abstract Argument (v. 5)

This series presents an abstract from a journal article as a proposition for debate. Knowledge of the article itself is not assumed and is not required to participate in the discussion. Any points within the following abstract are open for consideration: Research on the political attitudes of conservative...
May 12th, 2007 | Abstract Argument | Read More

Abstract Argument (v. 4)

This series presents an abstract from a journal article as a proposition for debate. Knowledge of the article itself is not assumed and is not required to participate in the discussion. Any points within the following abstract are open for consideration: The present research demonstrates that the visual...
April 28th, 2007 | Abstract Argument | Read More

Abstract Argument (v. 3)

This series presents an abstract from a journal article as a proposition for debate. Knowledge of the article itself is not assumed and is not required to participate in the discussion. Any points within the following abstract are open for consideration: Recent Presidents have asserted a power to ignore...
April 14th, 2007 | Abstract Argument | Read More

Abstract Argument (v. 2)

This series presents an abstract from a journal article as a proposition for debate. Knowledge of the article itself is not assumed and is not required to participate in the discussion. Any points within the following abstract are open for consideration: Context: After the reports of human rights abuses...
April 7th, 2007 | Abstract Argument | Read More

Abstract Argument (v. 1)

This series presents an abstract from a journal article as a proposition for debate. Knowledge of the article itself is not assumed and is not required to participate in the discussion. Any points within the following abstract are open for consideration: In the United States, religious attendance rises...
March 31st, 2007 | Abstract Argument | Read More
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