Most common errors Believers sometimes make in apologetic arguments:

If there is a POSSIBLE solution, then the problem is RESOLVED

Implicit character assassinations

Not investigating the possibility of bias and conspiracy in our EXISTING bible.

"Special Pleading" on difficulties

Accepting "western" interpretations uncritically

Accepting 'traditional' interpretations uncritically

Accepting evangelical authors uncritically

Not understanding the question (or not listening in some cases)

Not knowing when 'to fold' (admit inconclusiveness)

Implied ad hominum arguments

"Minority scholars WITHOUT justification

Only dealing with the supportive data

Hiding behind a false "Error domino theory"

"Reading data back into" passages

Superficiality of exegesis or historical study

Being unaware of 'actual' problems

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