Only Two Options?

Logical Fallacies to Watch for

by Ken Ham on December 2, 2022

Part 5

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Today we’re wrapping up our series on logical fallacies with “the fallacy of bifurcation.” Now, this is when someone claims there are only two mutually exclusive options when there’s actually a third one.

An example: “Either you believe in science, or you have faith.” That’s bifurcation. You see, there’s a third option: we have faith in God and believe in the natural laws he’s set up to govern the universe. In fact, it’s only because God exists that we have a basis for natural laws in the first place!

Immaterial laws can’t exist in a material universe. Also, order doesn’t come from disorder.

So, if someone presents you with two options, stop and consider—is there a third?

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