The hallmark of truth is consistency. Error can always be shown, at the core of the argument, to
be logically inconsistent and ultimately selfrefuting. Ergo, consistency is contingent to any claim
This is of course an error of monumental proportions.
Over the past few weeks, I had an interesting discussion on Facebook with Michael, a militant Catholic, about the Catholic Church’s claim that it is infallible. Like many arguments with believers, this has rapidly morphed from a single simple problem into a full-blown Gish Gallop. I should know better, but I bit. This series of posts is a compilation of my answers to his claims.