Category Archives: Secular college textbooks reviewed

typical college textbooks which display bias or practice consistent indoctrination in atheism are questioned and challenged.

Logic Textbook Attacks on Moses: Target the Ark; Part two

Logic Textbook Attacks on Moses: Target the Ark Part two In his second year college logic textbook, A concise introduction to Logic, Hurley continues to think he is attacking “Creationism” while he attacks various parts of the bible. In this chapter … Continue reading

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Logic Textbook Takes Cheap Shots at Moses; Part One

  In this typical lower level college text on logic,(1) the author continues his efforts to place Christianity on the same level as astrology and horoscopes by referring to it as an untestable and implausible theory and by attacking the Judeo/Christian Scriptures … Continue reading

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Logic Textbook Attacks Mid-19th Century Creationist Argument

Continuing on in Hurley’s, A Concise Introduction to Logic, Hurley now begins to use his own logic against some of the early defenders of the book of Genesis, who often accepted parts of the old earth Lyellian arguments, thus weakening their … Continue reading

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Logic Textbook; Is Christianity the equivalent of Tarot cards and Astrology?

Inconsistency in the Falsification of Evolution/Naturalism As we noted in the last posts, in the chapter called Science and Superstition, (Hurley), Christianity is consistently placed along side of Tarot card reading, fortune-telling and other practices labeled as superstition. The author … Continue reading

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More Logic Class Incoming

 Textbook lumps Scripture in the Category of Superstition In a chapter called, Science and Superstition, (Hurley, Logic) the author continues in his path of presenting a false dichotomy. “Science” vs. Religion, is equaled to Plato’s distinction between Knowledge and opinion. … Continue reading

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