Introduction: Why Arguments Are Good
1. The Basics of Good Arguments
2. Reasoning and Logic
4. Belief, Fact, and Opinion
5. Defining Your Terms
6. Drawing Analogies
7. Cause and Effect
8. On Good Authority
9. Making Your Case
Richard A. Holland Jr. (PhD, Southeastern Baptist
Theological Seminary) is assistant professor of philosophy at Grand
Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona.
Benjamin K. Forrest (EdD, Liberty University) is associate dean of the College of General Studies and professor of Christian education at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.