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|About Me:||I work in a technical field: Electo-mechanical repair, and have had some technical college. I'm interested in anything to do with science, especially cosmology, engineering, and biology. I think all education is self-education unless it's forced indoctrination.|
|Beliefs:||I'm what's considered a non-denominational protestant Christian, and I do take the Bible as truth. Jesus is the Son of God in flesh, born of a virgin, and who was killed on a tree, buried and rose again on the third day, and ascended into heaven, and who will return again someday. I believe abortion is wrong, and that personhood begins at conception. Without law, there can be no freedom. I believe that people should not infringe upon eachother's rights, and that the best way for that to be realized is for every individual to have the same transcendent standard of right and wrong, and that standard must be set by an authority that is higher than what any man can attain. (God, perhaps?) Of course, in practice it isn't the case, and people invent their own standards, some which say "I'll take what you have because I want it." So certain societies exist that cannot be trusted to not infringe on other's rights. A society of 4th graders, left without authority,|
|Books:||could easily turn into Lord of the Flies. A society of reprobate prisoners, for the most part, would be chaotic left on their own. Everyone needs a transcendent standard they can look to for stability, a constitutional document, such as the U.S. Constitution, Canadian Constitution, or Mosaic Law. If ultimate authority is knocked down to the level of a mere human dictator, then whoever has the power says what's right. If you don't believe me, ask the Donner Party.|
I will be arguing that cultural diversity is a weakness in a nation.I am referring to culture, not race even though many cultures are divided along racial lines.I am talking about multiple cultures with major differences existing beside/amongst eachother in one nation.Some main points I plan on covering:Culturally open societies are more vunerable to hostile manipulation.Significant internal cultural distinctions are inevitably destabilizing to a nation if they are allowed to persist.Cultural di...
Hello, I'm a looking for a Christian to argue the debate on whether or not God exists. I would like a Christian to come out in the first round and say why they believe there is one and only one omnipotent God. Where do they get their beliefs from? Why do you not consider atheism? I look forward to this debate and wish good luck to my opponent. Thank you....
I will be arguing that the colonization of Mars is not something we should focus any serious effort on, and if colonization of uninhabited places is going to occur, Antarctica should instead be our target....
In my opinion, yes. I can defend this if my opponent is religious or if he is secular. My argument is this: If god exists, what are miscarriages but god performing abortions on infants that would live a short, strenuous life if they were allowed to exist? Isn't the mother of the baby, who understands her own situation better than anyone else does, able to make the decision of whether or not (financially, emotionally or otherwise) she is capable of raising that child? I believe so, and I am open...
A military divided into separate branches is better for the Republic than a more consolidated model.
Keeping the branches of the US military separate is better for the Republic than consolidating them. Republic: The United States of America under the Constitution of the United States. Military: The US military, in all it's branches Military branch: an individual uniformed service of the United States under the DOD, which includes: Army Marines Navy Air Force (The Coast Guard is now part of the DHS. Sorry Coast Guardsmen.)...
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|||Global Warming Exists||Con|
|||Medicaid & Medicare||Con|
|||National Health Care||Con|
|||National Retail Sales Tax||Pro|
|||War in Afghanistan||Und|
|||War on Terror||Und|