Glossary for Lessons 1-4
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Attribute of God indicating that He is Involved in the universe in space and time
Kind of logical reasoning that begins by observing particular facts, then draws a probable conclusion
Missing or weak element in reasoning from particulars to probable conclusions. It may mean failing to take into account possible exceptions or overstating the probability of the conclusion.