Slippery Slope

Steve, the writer of the blog Undeception, recently wrote a post about inerrancy, entitled “The Place of Fear in our Bibliology.” The gem that stood out to me in this piece, though, could be applied to many issues. After lamenting how many times he has heard the “slippery slope” argument as an excuse to not explore a line of questioning, he says:

When one offers up the “slippery slope” argument, it is likely that they’ve failed to comprehend that it’s possible the truth lies at the bottom of the hill, not the top.

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