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Holy books as evidence. (Special Guest @SkepticNikki)

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Most people that contend with believers of the older religions understand why using the books of individual’s faith is absurd. In most cases, it is seen as a circular argument. A self-defeating point where the book tells them something is true and how do they know, because the book tells them so. However, there are things that you can leverage the holy book for. You can use the bible, for example, as evidence of thought during the time of its writing. You can even collect the potential personalities of the writer as their writing style comes through. Also, there are ways to dismantle the arguments presented by using the holy book as evidence for the argument.

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