Divine Fallacy is not limited just to Christians. The fallacy of attributing the unexplained to deities is so common that it has been given its own name, "Divine Fallacy". The term refers to a special form of an argument from incredulity. It is a form of reasoning that says, "I can't understand this, so God must have done it." Or, "This is amazing, so God did it." Or even, "I can't think of any other explanation, therefore, God did it." A more subtle form of Divine fallacy is the Trinitarian doctrine, when it involves the argument that if Jesus has a divine nature then this proves he is "God" by identity.
When people have a good explanation in hand, they are less likely to believe a supernatural answer on top of the already sufficient answer and regard the supernatural explanation as an "unnecessary hypothesis." This requires a response from Christians.
The usual Christian response is to assert even more forcefully that their hypothesis is undoubtedly true.
Yes. Divine right implies it is god given. Many people do not believe in a god or gods. It was simply arrogance.
Yes, it's true, Coptic Christians believe that Jesus has both a divine and a human nature.
Ilocanos are Hindus, Christians, Buddhists, Moslems, Asians, Homo Sapiens.
christians should respond to slavery very badly because like me and Adam have discussed it it a bad issue and isn't just.
Example: ilocanos are hindus, christians, buddhists, moslems asians, homo sapiens
The Bible commends Christians to respond in love to social injustice. Jesus spoke to his disciples about this very thing in the 25th chapter of the book of Matthew.
Christians believe in an all-powerful divine being. Therefore, by definition a Christian cannot be an atheist.
Of course, Jesus the true human and divine, the apostles the one who sent, the disciples including the gentile Christians.
Mohammed called Jews and Christians "People of the Book" since they had previous Divine Religious Testaments.
She is a Saint for ALL Christians who worship her Divine Son.
the christan has a evil man locked and he responds
The different types can primarily be categorized in:Ad Hominem (Personal Attack)Bandwagon FallacyFallacist's FallacyFallacy of CompositionFallacy of DivisionGambler's FallacyGenetic FallacyMoralistic FallacyNaturalistic FallacyRed HerringWeak AnalogyAccent FallaciesEquivocation FallacyStraw Man FallacyAffirming the ConsequentArguing from IgnoranceBegging the Question / Circular ReasoningComplex Question FallacyCum Hoc FallacyFalse Dilemma / Bifurcation FallacyHasty Generalisation Fallacy'No True Scotsman' FallacyPost Hoc FallacySlippery Slope FallacySweeping Generalisation FallacySubjectivist FallacyTu Quoque FallacyIrrelevant AppealsAppeal to Antiquity / TraditionAppeal to AuthorityAppeal to ConsequencesAppeal to ForceAppeal to NoveltyAppeal to PityAppeal to PopularityAppeal to PovertyAppeal to Wealth
Most Christians today respond the same way the first person to suggest Big Bang Cosmology -- Jesuit priest Georges LeMaitre -- did so: this cosmology (his words were "Cosmic Egg") is the only one that explains what we observe in our Universe. This question is on par with, "How do Christians respond to the idea that our Earth goes around our Sun?"
A:Christians and Hindus pray because they believe their respective gods will hear those prayers and respond favourably.
The adjective form of the word 'fallacy' is fallacious.
This is a fallacy. You can wake up a sleepwalker. They will talk to you and respond to what you say to them. My husband sleepwalks and I tell him to come back to bed when he does it.
Fallacy is a noun.
A fallacy is a statement that is in error or not correct. "The earth is flat" is a fallacy.
Fallacy means a false belief. His fallacy is that he thinks he's invincible.