Don't You Believe It by A. J. Hoover, Moody, 1982, 132 pp. A great,
easy-to-read introduction to logical fallacies.
Availability: OutArguments, 3rd ed. by Anthony Weston, Hackett, 2001,
87 pp. A
short handbook on writ of Print
for ing papers and assessing arguments.
Right Use of Reason by Isaac Watts, reprinted by Soli Deo Gloria,
1998. The well-known hymn-writer was also an expert logician. His text
logic was widely used for nearly two centuries and has recently been reprinted.
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the Arguments of Experts FAQ 1.0" by N.E. Barry Hofstetter. An
excellent overview of methods for analyzing expert arguments and spotting
Thinking and Logic" by Douglas Wilson. Discusses the basics of
logical analysis and the difference between that and what is popularly
A very well-done web site presenting logic from a
Helps for Practical Reasoning". A nice tutorial on logical
argumentation in writing.
Logic Classroom". An online course on logical analysis. Links to
excellent articles. Written from a Christian perspective.