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There are two fallacies that are a challenge to me specifically. One is the argument from ignorance and the other ad hominem. The argument from ignorance fallacy hits home with me about belief in God. Believing in God is a fallacy to those that don’t’ believe because they cannot touch or see Him. (John 20:29) states blessed are those that have not seen and yet still believe. If we read deeper into the text it can also mean that those who do not believe will not be blessed. The only way to convince a non-believer is by being an example of God. Baldwin, Bommer, and Rubin (2013) indicated that as the amount of information is available increases, so does one’s confidence about one’s ability to make the right decision.
In conjunction with not believing in God argument from ignorance fallacy you also have ad hominem. Instead of dealing with the issues of why they are non-believers, the problem is that most Christians attack the individual instead. By doing this we are pushing them farther away from Christ. (John 3:16) says God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that everyone that believes shall not perish but have eternal life.
The negative impact of not believing in God and not following His words is what you see in the world today. One step we can take to remedy these fallacies is being a testament to His word for others to follow to gain a better understanding of Him. Another is having compassion for those that are not at the same stage of our relationship with God. We must remember that we were once in their shoes.
Baldwin, T., Bommer, B. & Rubin, R. (2013). Managing organizational behavior: What great managers know and do (2nd ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill-Irwin.
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