Valid Arguement

Valid Arguement

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This exercise examines the impact of value preferences on the positions people take on an issue as well as the processes they use to determine the validity of the reasoning used to support a position.
Apply your critical-thinking skills to analyze the argument: Is there or is there not a God?

View the following two presentations, in the order listed:
Graham, B. (1998, February). Billy Graham: On technology and faith [Video file]. Retrieved from

Dawkins, R. (2002, February). Richard Dawkins: Militant atheism [Video file]. Retrieved from

Write a two to three page paper that addresses:
Why you do or do not find these arguments valid, vague, logical, or fallacious. (Refer to the various fallacies featured in the Module 4 lecture pages for terms and concepts.) Think about how value preferences and descriptive assumptions differ.

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