Category Archives: Managing the Argument

Peeling back the “Anti-gay” label

I’ve learned that the risk in elevating the dialogue is that when you move the argument out of reach, the labels are still handy on the lower shelves. From the way activists are characterizing recent comments by Chick-fil-a president Dan … Continue reading

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What is a “Root Idea”?

For each of the four kinds of skepticism in the Meet The Skeptic model, there is a Root Idea that feeds the various objections within that category. What we’re calling the Root Idea is the false premise. A false premise … Continue reading

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