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  • A Christian might assert, "No true Christian would  ever leave their faith." This statement implies  

  • that maintaining one's faith is an essentialunchanging characteristic of a true Christian.

  • However, when faced with examples of  devout individuals who have renounced  

  • their Christian faith, the claimant might respond,  

  • "Well, anyone who leaves the faith was  never a true Christian to begin with."

  • This reaction demonstrates the No  True Scotsman fallacy. It involves  

  • redefining the criteria of what  constitutes a 'true Christian' in  

  • response to a counterexample that  challenges the original claim.

  • Instead of acknowledging that faith  can be complex and subject to change,  

  • even among sincere believers, the assertion  is adjusted to dismiss these instances as  

  • not fitting the 'true Christian' definition. This approach sidesteps the need to address the  

  • original statement's validity and avoids engaging  with the reality of diverse faith experiences.

A Christian might assert, "No true Christian would  ever leave their faith." This statement implies  

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No true Christian would ever leave their faith! How Christain Apologist use No True Scotsman fallacy

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    Shao Chieh Lo に公開 2023 年 12 月 02 日
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