Atheist Debates - Arguing for vs against propositions

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In order to clear up some confusion and work toward a couple of different video series, it’s important to clarify the difference between arguing for and arguing against positions…and how to be clear that you’re arguing against whether belief in X is reasonable (burden of proof met) or against whether X is true.

The distinctions between "I am not convinced" and "I am convinced of the opposite" as well as "I am convinced your reasoning is flawed" and "I am convinced your conclusion is false"…are both important clarifications when arguing.

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