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why is it When we use critical thinking we need to make sure we have proof for the supporting facts not just opinion. Also, making sure the proof is legitimate, and from a valid source
Example, faith and religion. If you use critical thinking the bible is nothing more then stories that were assembled by men. Decided that certain stories would be included and others left out. [ So there is no proof or facts to back these stories..there are no valid sources. So critical thinking leads you to to believe it is another myth. ]
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