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In this Introduction to Logic student course book, teens will learn about logic and the Christian worldview, the biblical basis for the laws of logic, if faith is contrary to reason, informal logical fallacies, and more.
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Why does logic matter, and who decides what is the "right" way to think? If two people disagree on whether something is reasonable, who is correct? What is the standard by which we judge a particular line of reasoning to be correct or incorrect?
Because learning logical terms and principles is often like learning a foreign language, the course has been developed to help students of logic learn the practical understanding of logical arguments. To make the course content easier to grasp, the schedule provides worksheets and practice sheets to help students better recognize logical fallacies, as well as review weeks for the quizzes and the final. The practice sheets in the back of the book offer practical study for both the final exam and for actual arguments you might encounter online or in the media.
This Introduction to Logic course will both challenge and inspire high school students to be able to defend their faith against atheists and skeptics alike.
This Introduction to Logic student book is also available in a set with the teacher's guide. See "Better Together" section above.
Dr. Jason Lisle is a Christian astrophysicist who researches issues pertaining to science and the Christian faith. Lisle earned a PhD in astrophysics at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Dr. Lisle has worked at Answers in Genesis, the Institute for Creation Research, and is the Founder of the Biblical Science Institute.