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Kerr H S, Class of 2012
Houston, Texas, United States
hi everybody this is diptesh ishwas who is going for the statement today as we are seeing that allaround if we see then we'll notice that everyone is buisy in their own works if we just simply roam somewhere and go and ask anyone that are they concerned about saving our mother Earth they will simply say life consist of few days live it happily and and according to a survey only only 2 out of 50 are concerned about our mother today we are just only seeing our mother sucked or helping other to s...
In Florida, the tax on tobacco cigarettes has just been raised by $1.00/pack. It will be raised again across the country by an additional 62 cents. I believe this tax increase is justified. Before backing my argument, I would first like to acquire an opponent on this issue. Thank you. :)...
Why cant People from england vote on debates? Its stupid, unfair and biased Topics on some debates can relate to what country your from for Example politics, goverement ..Prostitution. credit crunch etc. && Obv people from america will agree with other americans based on the arguement , bieng more of their society norm. debate.com only provides a number with 10 digits not 11 ( which is the british digits).. so english people dont have more of a fair chance! DONT ALL U AMERICANS GO...
I argue that the problem of evil validly refutes the notion of the God of Christianity. I argue the existence of evil in the world is logically incompatible with the existence of a benevolent God, and that it is more reasonable to conclude that the God of Christianity does not exist than that he does exist but does nothing to stop evil. This is my brief syllogism: Assumption (1): God exists. Assumption (1a): God is all-knowing. Assumption (1b): God is all-powerful. Assumption (1c): God...
Christians believe "Deus est meus tectum" (God is my shelter) and "We ought to obey God rather than men" --Acts 5:29. They believe in a "Higher Authority" than that of the state and that their deity will protect them, and that's all well and good - let them get on with it. So, in view of this, surely it is an act of outright, unmitigated, unashamed, disgraceful, appalling, hypocritical audacity for Christians to call the police after they have been robbed or attacked? Why don't they appeal...
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