Twisting Inadequate EvidenceThe error of inadequate evidence is defined this way: “A hasty generalization is drawn from too little evidence.” [1]

In his book, Scripture Twisting, James W. Sire gives this example: “[T[he Jehovah’s Witnesses teach that blood transfusion is nonbiblical, but the biblical data which they cite fails either to speak directly to the issue or to adequately substantiate their teaching.”[2]   

Let’s look at this example in some detail. Continue reading