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Analyzing a real argument

Mr. Nance,

I lead a group of young men in Intermediate Logic and they wanted to put their skills to use. They used an argument they pulled from chapter 1 of the book Defeating Darwinism. We tried several different ways of representing the propositions but always came up with an invalid argument. We really want it to be valid! What do we need to do? The original argument is: “If God created space and time, then He is outside of time. Therefore, He is not affected by time.”¬†Any helpful hints will be very appreciated. Continue reading Analyzing a real argument