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On this article, I discuss, the logical fallacies, and arguments put forward for religion.

Argument from ignorance

Religion often employs, The argument from ignorance. The argument from ignorance is basically "I don't know how this works, therefore it is proof of a god". It is often used against evolution, or theorys. One example is "if we evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys." Us and monkeys share a common ancestor.

Straw man

Religion also relies on straw man arguments. A straw man is a misrepresentation, that can easily 'fall down'. Such as Kirk Cameron's misrepresentation of the big bang. Religionists often say the big bang was an explosion 'out of nothing'. It was something, and was an expansion of space-time.

Irreducible complexity

The 'argument' called irreducible complexity, is that something complex can't have one part missing. This is a short section. So birth defects are irreducibly complex.

External links

Iron chariots on the existence of god(s)

  

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