How many logical fallacies in this: EINSTEIN, BEETHOVEN --> ERGO GOD.
Quick question... A friend said:
"This argument is enough to persuade me: Beethoven exists, ergo God exists. Einstein exists, ergo God exits. You know what I mean? If nothing else, it should at least persuade you that something higher exists."
How many logical fallacies can you find in this? Which similar examples should I point out to show her how silly that logic is?