There Are Only Three Choices for Thinking.

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We see three choices: demonic influence, the human mind, and divine revelation. The human mind makes up stuff and calls the made-up stuff true. That’s the ungodly thinking fallacy. And since we’ve seen that the human mind can only make up stuff, and demons lie, those aren’t rational choices. On the other hand, God imparts revelation of truth, and we can trust this revelation.

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The Three Choices for Thinking

3 Choices for thinking

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So the three choices again are making up stuff, demonic influence, and divine revelation. Of the three choices, only one choice is valid, divine revelation, because God is all-knowing and He can’t lie. Further, God reveals only what He chooses to reveal, so we can’t know what God doesn’t reveal.

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God Provides for the Ungodly

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Now we’ve realized that knowledge is only possible in Christ. And yet we’re also aware that unbelievers seem to know a lot, depending on how we define “knowledge.” And the scientific method has led to knowledge, the knowledge that resulted in working products, even among those who refuse to acknowledge Christ. At first glance, if we don’t think about it too deeply, we might deceive ourselves into thinking there’s a conflict between the productive science we observe and the inability of the human mind to self-generate knowledge.

But as we look to God about this question, He shows us that there’s zero conflict because all knowledge comes from God even when ungodly thinkers refuse to thank Him for it. God sends His rain to believers and unbelievers alike as we’ve previously realized. He is the Light Who lights every person whether the person acknowledges Him or not. And in the same way, He blesses unbelievers and believers with knowledge so they can survive to seek Him and find Him. (Acts 17:24-28) Truly, He blesses humanity with knowledge through the scientific method, and He revealed everything we now know about the true scientific method. However, the brute-beast mind God gave us for survival can receive God’s revelation without thanking God or glorifying God.

Refusing to acknowledge God or thank Him is like putting on a blindfold. This brute-beast mind also reacts to the five senses as we’ve discussed. Perceiving the world around us and reacting to that world around us isn’t a fallacy. But this brute-beast mind can’t reason beyond those senses to determine reality, truth, right, wrong, the origin of the universe, whether the Genesis Flood occurred, or which of two interpretations of Scripture is correct. When it tries, it makes up stuff and calls the made-up stuff “true.” The human mind simply has no mechanism to self-generate knowledge. It has no mechanism to self-generate truth, so it must stick with what God reveals through Scripture, observation, or some other means. That’s why the brute-beast, human mind can’t interpret observations or anything else.

Those who refuse to acknowledge Christ are willingly blindfolding themselves. They’re willingly ignorant. They can’t see reality as it is. They see reality as they imagine it.

We make a distinction between brute-beast, unreasoning awareness and knowledge. We don’t make this distinction according to the standard worldview. We’re using the word “knowledge” differently. We mean absolute and unquestionable knowledge of reality, and reality is truth.

Any ungodly scientist who understands science will tell you that science isn’t about knowledge. It’s not about truth. They’ll tell you that all findings are tentative and any new information, any discovery could overturn these findings tomorrow. And yet a great gulf exists between science that we can observe and “science” that tries to extend observation by telling a fanciful story. The further the brute-beast mind gets from observation, the less dependable the conclusions. When the brute-beast mind watches something happen, it’s fairly reliable. However, it’s much more reliable when two or three people watch something happen and agree about what happened.

The brute-beast mind becomes less reliable when it tries to figure out what happened ten minutes ago. Allow a week to pass, and it becomes even less reliable. When years have passed, reliability decreases further. When centuries pass, only the most prominent facts remain as they were written down by eye-witnesses of the time. Without eyewitness accounts, the brute-beast mind has only made-up stories. Archeologists may find an artifact such as a tool or fossil, but the brute-beast mind makes up a story about the artifact, and stories aren’t a reliable way of knowing. Every time we extend the time, the reliability shrinks. Ungodly thinkers who feel that they can reconstruct events from more than a thousand years ago without divine revelation or written eyewitness accounts have lost their minds. They’ve become proud in their thinking and unrealistic in their expectations.

So this brute-beast, unreasoning awareness can’t make ungodly thinkers rational, that is, capable of sound deductive or inductive reasoning. God reveals truth to ungodly thinkers, but ungodly thinkers can’t know this truth for certain without a true premise. Since ungodly thinkers refuse to acknowledge divine revelation, they have no source for a true premise, so they can’t know. Though God revealed reality to them, they can’t know this knowledge in the sense of being certain. They think they know it based on what they feel is an assumption, but they don’t know that this “assumption” is really revelation. And since they make no distinction between revelation and assumption, they don’t know the difference between good and evil, truth and error, or reality and make-believe. So they don’t have knowledge because they reject knowledge and are willingly ignorant of the truth. They know nothing.

Whatever God reveals is knowledge. However, Ungodly thinkers can’t tell the difference between make-believe and divine revelation. When they try to reason beyond their senses, they can’t tell the difference between observation and make-believe. Since they can’t tell the difference, they defend the theory of evolution and the law of gravity with the same zeal. They see no difference.
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The Atheistic Science Teacher

Atheistic Science Teacher

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Consider two opinions. Charles Darwin said, “Man is descended from a hairy, tailed quadruped, probably arboreal in its habits.” Genesis 1 says, “God created man in His own image; in God’s image He created him; male and female He created them.” Who’s right?

Rocky Rockbuilder: “We know, by divine revelation, that the second account is true. Those who believe the first story base their belief on made-up stuff.”

Atheistic Science Teacher: “Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.”

Rocky: “In fact, without divine revelation, every thought must be based on made-up stuff. The Münchausen trilemma states this problem crudely, but it applies to ungodly thinkers. We just need to be aware that the trilemma presents a false choice, leaving out divine revelation.”

Atheistic Science Teacher: “Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.”

Rocky: “The axiomatic thinking fallacy (making up stuff and calling the made-up stuff true) is the root fallacy. All others are smokescreen fallacies to pretend that the human mind isn’t just making up stuff when the human mind IS just making up stuff. For instance, the appeal to ridicule fallacy is simply a smokescreen to hide irrational thinking by the person who’s appealing to ridicule.”

Atheistic Science Teacher: “Divine revelation IS made-up stuff…middle-of-the-road fiction.”

Rocky: “And do you know what you claim by making it up, or can you show me the logical steps and observations on which you base this claim?”

Atheistic Science Teacher: “In order to know what you perceive to be divine revelation is actually divine revelation and not a mistaken perception on your end or deception from a malevolent entity, you would need to be omniscient yourself. The appeal to divine revelation does literally nothing to escape the epistemological problems you highlight in other worldviews; in fact, it bases your worldview on an extremely spurious and highly subjective claim.”

Rocky: “What makes you think the Almighty Creator God can’t impart a supernatural certainty that He calls faith? And what makes you think I don’t have Christ, the omniscient Creator of the universe living in me? Sorry, but I don’t accept bare assertions from fallible humans.”

Atheistic Science Teacher: “How would humans discern the difference between what actually is supernatural certainty and what they merely believed to be supernatural certainty?”

Rocky: “I’m happy to answer this question. Faith is substance (reality) and absolutely certain proof that we receive as a gift from God. Faith comes when He speaks, and Jesus Christ, the almighty, omniscient Creator is the Author of it. And anyone who sincerely seeks truth will check out what I’m saying by coming to Christ in willing submission since all who seek Him find Him. We know in part, but through persistent, obedient submission to His will, those who follow Christ are becoming increasingly mature and able to discern between good (God’s leading) and evil (our own minds). Now, you may disagree with my assertion, but you’ll base your disagreement on made-up stuff.”

At this point, the atheistic science teacher dropped out of the conversation suddenly. He must understand something about logic and science since those who have no clue about how logic and science work just continue to argue.
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2 + 2 = 4. How do we know?

Make-believe or reality

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Make-believe can go anywhere, whereas reality is restricted to reality itself. In fact, reality doesn’t include anything we pretend, so we can’t sanely impose make-believe onto reality. In effect, when we fallen creatures make up stories, our thinking quickly degenerates, especially if we pretend those stories are part of reality. In particular, we end up losing our ability to tell the difference between reality and make-believe, and it all starts with a little pretending.

In this light, we see that ungodly thinkers try to give the illusion that they have a rational reason for believing the bare claims of naturalism, materialism, atheism, or other ungodly philosophies. They use smokescreen fallacies to hide the axiomatic thinking of these philosophies. The schools teach a way of thinking that can’t be rational since, without God, there’s no reason to believe any thought can be rational. Adding to the problem, ungodly thinkers are often experts at loaded language and insincere tactics. They aren’t willing to consider the alternative to irrational thinking. They aren’t willing to turn to Christ. C. S. Lewis had some things to say about the futility of reasoning without God:

“Supposing there was no intelligence behind the universe, no creative mind. In that case, nobody designed my brain for the purpose of thinking. It is merely that when the atoms inside my skull happen, for physical or chemical reasons, to arrange themselves in a certain way, this gives me, as a by-product, the sensation I call thought. But, if so, how can I trust my own thinking to be true? It’s like upsetting a milk jug and hoping that the way it splashes itself will give you a map of London. But if I can’t trust my own thinking, of course I can’t trust the arguments leading to atheism, and therefore have no reason to be an atheist, or anything else. Unless I believe in God, I cannot believe in thought: so I can never use thought to disbelieve in God.”

C. S. Lewis didn’t use this statement to prove God’s existence. Instead, he merely pointed out that arguments against God are always irrational because, without God, there’s no justification for belief in rational thought. Even the arguments against this C. S. Lewis quote are impossible to justify since those who bring the arguments can’t justify belief in rational thought.

From what we’ve learned so far, we can finally understand why ungodly opinion is always tentative even when they’re stated dogmatically and emphatically. Knowledgeable ungodly thinkers admit the tentative nature of ungodly opinion freely. And yet so many of them are dogmatic. They’re internally inconsistent since they’re dogmatic while claiming that all knowledge is tentative. That’s not sane. In other words, while strong ungodly opinions are the norm, strong ungodly opinions are always irrational since they’re unsupported claims. Basing thinking on unsupported claims, ungodly thinkers have no way to know whether their most dogmatically held opinions are true or false, so those opinions are unknown to them. Therefore, it makes no sense for ungodly thinkers to have strongly-held opinions since no one can be certain of any knowledge about anything without divine revelation.

An ungodly thinker may say, “Not so fast! I memorized nursery rhymes as a kid. I learned Aesop’s Fables. I studied evolution. I know a lot.” We can understand that reaction, but when we say no ungodly thinking can lead to certainty of knowledge, we have to remember how we’re defining the word “knowledge.” In this case, we define “knowledge” as accurate, precise, and absolute knowledge of truth as opposed to knowledge of made-up stuff. This knowledge isn’t the pragmatic familiarity of brute beasts who follow their senses but are destitute of reason. By our definition, ideas, stories, lies, conceptual frameworks, assumptions, or other forms of made-up stuff are not knowledge. These aren’t part of reality. Truth is absolute by nature since truth is actual reality.

As we’ve mentioned, naturalists may claim that divine revelation can’t provide knowledge with certainty. At first, this claim almost seems like it might be true in a sense. It’s not true though. Granted, many people claim to have divine revelation when God hasn’t spoken. And it’s true that the problem of false prophets, false apostles, and false teachers is a major theme in the Bible. Although, the benefit of true prophets, true apostles, and true teachers is also a major theme in the Bible.

This issue isn’t simple since Satan is always working to create confusion. False prophets, false apostles, and false teachers accuse the true ones of being false. God never sent the false ones, but they went anyway. Disagreements over various doctrines separate sincere Christians. Those disagreements come from rationalized doctrines. They don’t come from listening to the Holy Spirit. The same Holy Spirit speaks to all of us. He won’t give conflicting revelation to different people. However, our preconceptions may keep us from listening to Him. He will be pure, but we’re not pure.

God has a solution to conflicting opinions. If we remain humble and respect the presence of Christ in each member of Christ’s body, He’ll eventually lead us all to the same truth. He’ll tear down the strongholds in our minds and demolish our preconceived ideas, replacing them with truth. God promises to complete this work. We see His vision in the Letter to the Ephesians.

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Know Your Place in the Cosmos

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“You don’t want to raise a generation of science students who don’t understand how we know our place in the cosmos.” (Bill Nye)

Ken Ham agreed with Bill’s point, yet Ken didn’t agree with Bill’s method of knowing our place in the cosmos because he didn’t think we could know our place through assumptions. Instead, Ken said the way to know our place in the cosmos is to allow God to reveal the interpretations of observations. Bill Nye, in direct opposition, said the way to know our place in the cosmos is to use a certain set of assumptions to interpret observations.

And Bill had a clever rationalization for using assumptions as his basis for thought. He claimed that assumptions are based on past experiences. While Bill’s rationalization might feel true to a person who hasn’t thought it through, our assumptions are only loosely linked to our filtered, distorted, and interpreted experiences and observations. We’ll examine the true source of assumptions in the next trip, and we’ll see that they come out of worldviews in a process involving circular reasoning and confirmation bias. For now, it’s enough to say we don’t really base assumptions on past experiences.

When Bill claims that assumptions are based on past experiences, he isn’t consistent. The claim blurs the line between make-believe and reality. Experience is real. If we listen to God, He reveals reality through experience, but human assumption-based interpretation of experience isn’t real. Assumptions are made-up. They’re make-believe. And if we interpret revelation or observation based on assumption, we run into the same problem. Reality is one thing. Assumption-based interpretation of reality is another thing. Blurring the difference between these two is insane.

And this problem with assumptions is almost universal since human interpretation often goes beyond reality. While we base part of our speculative interpretations on reality, we pretend that some made-up stuff is true. If we reason to conclusions based on what we made-up while we were interpreting, we make matters worse. To obscure reality even further, the irrational reasoning may use many complex steps to hide what’s happening. In this way, complexity helps hide two things: (1) the basis when the basis is made-up stuff and (2) the missing foundation for thought. As a result, human interpretation that allows even a single hidden assumption is just making believe. It’s just pretending.

To understand the contrast, we can consider how children make believe. We see that they base their make-believe partly on past experiences of reality, but their make-believe isn’t reality. Instead, their make-believe is always distinct from reality, and we call our ability to see this difference “sanity.” Conversely, if we lose our ability to tell the difference between reality and make-believe, we call this loss “insanity.” Children usually know the difference, while we adults often lose the distinction. Entire groupings of intelligent adults engage in mass insanity in a permanent state of pretending. That hardens their thinking against God, and they’re no longer able to come to Him in childlike surrender.

“Truly I say to you, if you are not converted and become as the little children, you shall never enter into the kingdom of the heavens.” (Matthew 18:3 Berean Literal Bible)

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We Can’t Get Outside Ourselves to be Objective

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As we’ve seen, ungodly thinkers always make up something and then use that made-up stuff as a foundation or starting point for their reasoning. That made-up stuff is the basis for their reasoning. And we’ve discovered that ungodly thinkers have to make up something to do any reasoning at all. Then they almost always hide the assumption, pretend it’s not made-up stuff, or defend their habit of basing all thought on made-up stuff. As a result, ungodly thinking gets complex. And complex irrationality is difficult to evaluate. That’s why ungodly thinkers use complexity and confusion to hide their axiomatic thinking fallacies.

Someone may say, “There’s another way besides making up stuff and using smokescreen fallacies, and that way is observation.” This claim introduces a third source, observation, but observation is one of the ways God reveals reality to humanity. Claiming that observation is separate from divine revelation commits a fallacy known as denying the correlative conjunction. Though God reveals reality to us through observation, the human mind filters and distorts revelation unless the observer is in submission to the Anointing of the Holy Spirit. On the other hand, if the human mind interprets observation in a way that goes beyond observation, it corrupts observation. Therefore, theories corrupt science as soon as anyone treats theories as if they were more than an organized way to think about made-up stuff. As we think about this corruption, we’re aware that people who build their lives on theories find it difficult to consider the possibility that their theories aren’t a solid foundation. However, whatever can be shaken will be shaken so what can’t be shaken will remain.

Also, we can’t observe objectively without divine intervention since we can’t get outside of ourselves to be objective, and our worldviews filter our observations. As a result, our worldviews act as a veil or filter over our senses and thoughts, so when God wants to reveal something to us, He pulls back this veil of the worldview. “Removing the veil” is the literal meaning of “revelation.” Scripture interprets the meaning of “the veil.” The veil is a symbol of our human fleshly nature. Those who reject God try to stop God’s revelation. They often substitute a vision out of their innermost minds, but when they do, these visions come out of their worldviews, which are part of their fleshly natures. As we progress on our journey in the next trip, we’ll explore the fantasy land of worldviews. We’ll also explore more of the arguments that persuaders use to defend ungodly thinking in the book Real Faith & Reason Volume Three.

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Calling Made-Up Stuff True

Making up stuff and then calling the made-up stuff true

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While people sometimes deliberately use logical fallacies to deceive others, more often, people deceive themselves. The ungodly thinking fallacy is the only fallacy since we can define every fallacy in the context of the ungodly thinking fallacy. Without divine revelation, we would be doomed to base every conclusion on made-up stuff, that is, bare claims. Those bare claims are axiomatic thinking fallacies. However, we try to make the made-up stuff look like real stuff using smokescreen fallacies. So, the ungodly thinking fallacy consists of axiomatic thinking fallacies along with smokescreen fallacies that try to make the axioms seem real.

In simple terms, the ungodly thinking fallacy is making up stuff and calling the made-up stuff “true.”

At the risk of being redundant, we’re going to look at this ungodly thinking fallacy another way. We want to understand the basis of all fallacies. The simplicity of this understanding is that while hundreds of fallacies exist, they sort into these two kinds.

Axioms are claims that we don’t know. They may be outright lies. They may be assumptions. They’re always made-up stuff.

Smokescreen fallacies give the illusion that made-up stuff is real stuff.

And that’s how simple it is. It’s so simple that most people miss it. And yet, even though it’s simple, fallacies can be tricky illusions. They must blur the division between reality and make-believe or the fallacies don’t work.

Many fallacies fit the term “axiomatic thinking fallacy.” These fallacies are all axiomatic thinking fallacies, but they’re different from each other. Under the axiomatic thinking fallacy, we’ll find fallacies like the following:

  • assumption
  • blind authority
  • bold-faced lie
  • hypothesis contrary to fact
  • ipse dixit
  • lie
  • misrepresenting facts
  • outright lie
  • the big lie technique

Under the smokescreen category of fallacy, we’ll find things like the following:

  • ambiguity
  • appeal to authority
  • appeal to emotion
  • appeal to ridicule
  • circular reasoning
  • coercion
  • comparison
  • contradiction
  • distraction
  • fallacies of cause
  • fallacies of choice
  • fallacies of omission
  • fallacies of pressure
  • flawed evidence
  • genetic fallacies
  • infinite regression
  • invalid form (formal fallacies)
  • limiting presuppositions
  • message control
  • non sequitur
  • statistical fallacies
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Bare Claims or Divine Revelation

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“Axiomatic thinking” is a fancy way of saying “making up stuff.” So thinkers sometimes make up stuff, but how does made-up stuff look? It looks like interpretations, speculative explanations, models, theories, theologies, assumptions, or axioms. These add to what God reveals or diminish parts of what God reveals.

While circular reasoning and infinite regression are smokescreen fallacies, they aren’t the only smokescreens as we’ve mentioned. For instance, neither circular reasoning nor infinite regression includes appeal to ridicule fallacies or red herring fallacies. In fact, the trilemma missed hundreds of fallacies, but those other fallacies affect our daily lives. While the trilemma doesn’t cover all these other fallacies, the term “smokescreen” does cover them, so we’ll trim the trilemma to made-up stuff and smokescreen fallacies.

As we’ve discovered, the ungodly thinking trilemma has several problems. First, it’s too complex. Second, it doesn’t account for all the other fallacies that cause errors in thinking. Third, it begins with an assumption of naturalism or atheism. Fourth, some people work under the illusion that the trilemma affects everyone, everywhere, in every circumstance—that’s not true.

So on our journey, we move forward to a much simpler way to understand the problem. Thinkers only commit one active fallacy: making up stuff. All other fallacies are smokescreens. Smokescreens try to give the illusion that made-up stuff is real stuff.

So axiomatic thinkers are either making up stuff or defending their made-up stuff. Since this two-part fallacy only impacts ungodly thinkers, we name it “the ungodly thinking fallacy” and dispense with the trilemma going forward.

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Don’t Worry.

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Ungodly thinkers have no choice but to reason using axiomatic thinking fallacies, and then they use smokescreen fallacies to cover up their axiomatic thinking. Circular reasoning and infinite regression are only two of hundreds of possible smokescreens. For instance, in socialist countries, the smokescreens include appeal to fear, appeal to force, and message control.

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