There are few topics more divisive, emotional, and prone to misunderstandings, whether deliberate or intentional, than philosophy, spirituality, and, especially, religion. I have seen several discussions where logical fallacies were used in an attempt to score against the opposing viewpoint. I've been guilty of doing so, myself. In the interests of promoting a more honest level of debate, I present to you an index of Logical Fallacies. In particular, the Hasty Generalization, the Unrepresentative Sample, Prejudicial Language, and Begging the Question seem to be used with disconcerting frequency in our discussions. Again, I note that I am often guilty of these things, myself, so if you feel singled out, remember that I singled myself out, first. Let's all try to avoid these logical fallacies. I think we'll all enjoy the debates far more, if we do.