Helps for Gospel Living

Logical Fallacies Part 2


In part one of this discussion, we showed how we could be susceptible to illogical reasoning in our communication of Christ to others.Because Christians have the truth of the Word of God, they must not be shy about learning from it and leaning on it. Ours is not an uninformed faith.

However, in the realm of logic, one could claim that Christians are guilty of the logical fallacy of circular reasoning. As an example, if you were to be asked to prove that the Bible is true, how would you respond? Certainly, you could show proofs of biblical prophecies fulfilled, of the historicity of biblical events based on archaeological evidence, or of documented accounts of the risen Christ. But would any amount of evidence serve to ultimately prove the veracity of God’s Word?

In this tool, Aaron Boyce takes a closer look at the issue of circular reasoning.

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A Short Video Series - Disicpleship

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Logical Fallacies

logical_fallacies_pageDoes the truth of the Gospel negate the need for logic?

One of the major critiques to the realm of Christian apologetics goes as follows: “If salvation is by faith alone, then what’s the point of trying to logically reason the truths of the Gospel with someone?” In short, if by faith, why logic?

In this tool, Aaron Boyce takes a closer look at this critique and discusses the relationship between faith and logic.

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The Gospel and Purpose

gospelpuropselowOver the past four years traveling with this team, God has done some major reconstructive work on my soul. Through the ministry of the Word, my community of believers, and various authors of helpful books, God has changed my purpose of life from being flippant to being intentionally gospel centered.

Have you ever taken the time to step back and ask if you are living your life with purpose, or if you are walking worthy of the gospel?

In this tool, Laura Kennedy explains that because of the gospel, we can all live with purpose.

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The Gospel and Purity (for women)

gospelpuritysmallReba Snyder

shares a women's study on how the gospel connects to purity on a daily basis. Click here to download the PDF.


The Gospel and My Thinking

gospelandthinkinglowWhat is the Gospel?

Definition: “Good News” of the revelation of Jesus Christ; The life of Christ; a thing that is absolutely true.

What is the Gospel to you? To me it is my ultimate salvation. It pulls me out of some deep pits. When I don’t have truth flowing through my mind, my mind can get muddy. I start thinking untruthful thoughts and lies about the gospel. One lie is that, “I am not that bad”, or “I am TOO sinful”, and even “As long as I do this for God today, then He will love me.”

Are these thoughts that you have?

With these kinds of thoughts, I can doubt my salvation. I can doubt God’s love. I can be discontent with where God has put me in my race of faith and try to run it in my own strength. I can start to think evil of others and fear men instead of God. So, what the gospel does is that it corrects my thinking of my salvation, my relationships, and my trials.

Tool written by: Sarah Roe

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