How to Think–A Crash Course In Critical Thinking (Revised Edition)
In this revised and updated edition of How to Think—A Crash Course in Critical Thinking, Dr. Juan Valdes covers the foundations and fundamentals of critical thinking, argumentation and logic principles, fallacies in logic, and concludes with looking at how Jesus modeled logic and thinking skills so brilliantly.
This book is a perfect introduction for learning critical thinking skills to identify and avoid succumbing to “post-truth” ideologies. Discerning truth from error is one of the most powerful weapons believers can arm themselves with when it comes to pulling down strongholds, casting down arguments, and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ (1 Peter 3:15; 2 Corinthians 10:4–5).
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“One of the most effective ways to avoid being ‘tossed to and fro and carried about with every wind of doctrine’ or idea is to master the art of critical thinking.”
—Dr. Juan Valdes
“This book is a clear, lively, well-illustrated, and pertinent introduction to critical thinking in a day when it is almost going out of style. Christians need to out-think the world for Christ, and this timely work will assist that great and necessary cause.”Douglas Groothuis, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy, Denver Seminary
Author of sixteen books, including Christian Apologetics (InterVarsity-Academic, 2022)
“Our schools and universities have become centers of indoctrination; educating students is no longer the goal. Because of this, our people are losing the ability to critically think about the important issues we face. We have become vulnerable to fake news and propaganda. Hence, our culture desperately needs training in critical thinking skills. For this reason, Dr. Valdes has written this important book to help us to relearn ‘how to think.’ I highly recommend it for anyone who seeks to recover the lost art of critical thinking.”
Phil Fernandes, Ph.D., D.Min. President of the International Society of Christian Apologetics Professor of Apologetics and Religion, Veritas International University