Table of contents for Why good arguments often fail : making a more persuasive case for Christ / James W. Sire.

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Acknowledgments
Preface 
I Believe-Help My Unbelief: Credible Witness 
Part 1: Common Logical Fallacies 
1		Love Is a Fallacy, by Max Shulman
2		You're All Hypocrites! Unqualified and Hasty Generalizations
3		It's Dangerous to Believe You're Right: Causes and Contradictions
4		You Have Insulted Us All: Sentiment, False Analogy and Poisoning the Well
Part 2: Good Arguments That Often Fail
5		People Can't Communicate. What? Arrogance, Aggression and Cleverness
6		I Don't Get It: Misreading the Audience
7		What a Harebrained Idea! Worldviews and Evolution
8		Who Am I to Judge? Worldviews and Relativism
9		The Heart Wants What It Wants: Moral Blindness 
Part 3: Good Arguments That Work
10		I See You Are Very Religious: Paul in Athens
11		So Why Should I Believe Anything? Christian Witness in a Postmodern World
12	Framing Effective Arguments: A Guide to Literature
Notes
Author Index
Subject Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jesus Christ -- Person and offices.
Apologetics.