My new blog post for The Times of Israel:
People of faith get a lot of unfair criticism for sloppy thinking.
It’s not that we don’t do it: we do. Everyone engages in sloppy thinking, even scientists, atheists, and Nobel laureates.
It’s not because of laziness or stupidity. It’s because sloppy thinking isn’t always bad. Sometimes, it’s efficient. And that’s a good thing.
Here’s an example that an atheist might call sloppy thinking …
Read the whole thing at The Times of Israel!