A Chain of Thought is Only as Strong as Its Weakest Link

The vast majority of intellectual thought in our politics, newsrooms, scientific journals, schools, seminaries, and universities starts with some assumption, axiom, or worldview. Assumptions, axioms, and worldviews all consist of the same sort of stuff–made-up stuff.

We can picture a chain with one link replaced by a twist-tie like we use to close a bag of bread. However, it’s an inaccurate picture since the twist-tie represents a single assumption, but twist-ties are infinitely stronger than assumptions. Assumptions have all the strength of hot air, but how do you make a picture of hot air?
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Scientia, “Real Faith & Reason Journey”
DIRECT LINK TO FREE BOOK – http://RealReality.org/Real_Faith_and_Reason_Vol_1_-_Scientia.pdf

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