|Some example premises and conclusions|
Here is a list of premises all of which are true, though, for some of these, you may say, "So what could that prove?"
Examples of conclusion statements, some of which are false:
Last updated: Dec, 2013
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Syllogisms are deductive and contain one or more premise statements plus one, and only one, conclusion statement.
The Basic Terms and Rules of Logic
The Three Classical Laws of Logic:
Is the Premise True?
Valid and Invalid Forms of Logic
Some example premises and conclusions
Axioms and Presuppositions
About Inductive Reasoning
Examples of Common Logical Errors Made by Atheists
Language Plays a Key Role in Logic
Problems With Logic and Reasoning
Four Groupings of Arguments
Questions and Answers: How can we know which assumptions are valid?
The Limits of Logic
Revelation from God is the only way to escape from error
Three Sources of Power and Revelation
Answer to Critic
Appeal to Possibility
Argument to the Future
Love Between a Man and Woman
Righteousness & Holiness
Proof by Atheism
Scriptures About Marriage
The Reason for Rejecting Truth
Witness on the Internet
Flaky Human Reasoning
How Do You Know?
The Real Purpose of the Church
The Real Purpose of Life
From Glory to Glory
REAL Faith--What it IS & IS NOT
REAL Love--What it IS & IS NOT
How to be Led by God
How to Witness
Wisdom: Righteousness & Reality
Holiness & Mind/Soul
Redemption: Free From Sin
Stories Versus Revelation
Circular Reasoning-Who is Guilty?
How Can We Know Anything?
Mind Designed to Relate to God
Answers for the Confused
Fossil Record Says: "Creation"
Avoid These Pitfalls
Public School's Religion
Public School Failures