It's basically a question that, to use the legal phase, "assumes facts not in evidence". If I ask you: "Is your daughter wearing a red shirt or a blue shirt?", that would be an example. Not only does the question assume that your daughter is wearing a shirt at all, it also assumes you have a daughter in the first place.
by Faythe F.4 years ago
Are you wearing green today?Today is St. Patrick's Day..In order to celebrate this day..Are you wearing anything green.
by JThomp424 years ago
The plan of salvation is not complicated at all. Why do so many make it this way when it is so simple. Accept Jesus into your heart, truly believe he died on the cross for your sins, and confess your sins with your...
by Elizabeth3 years ago
Do you agree with the new logical fallacy? I've seen it very active on HP. Have you?An Appeal to Righteous Indignation similarly attempts to place an idea beyond the reach of critique, but it employs a...
by aka-dj7 years ago
I just posted the below in another thread, but, because it can get lost within all the other posts, I decided to repeat it in it's own new thread.Here it is:I am so amazed!!I look at the human body, and with what little...
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