This is so important that it needed a second part. The laws that govern thought must be harnessed in order to provide reliable and coherent thinking. In other words, it is up to each individual to learn how to think, and then put it into practice. Unfortunately for western society, it is not evident that this is the case. Therefore, many people are prey for the bad ideas that are pushing lives towards the precipice overlooking the sea of intolerability (it’s not a good place).
The Laws of Thought from Encyclopedia Britannica
An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments by Ali Almossawi
The Fallacy Detective by Nathaniel and Hans Bluedorn
A Concise Introduction to Logic (12th ed.) by Patrick J. Hurley
Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview by eds. William Lane Craig and James Porter Moreland
Logical Defense of the Trinity by Dr. William Lane Craig