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God does not exist

Ra88
woojin05

P1) God necessarily must have omniscience. P2) God necessarily must have free will. P3) An omniscient being cannot have free will. C1) Therefore, god does not exist....

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

The existence of God is unlikely

Dookieman
apb4y

First round is for acceptance. Second round is for opening statements. Third round for first rebuttals. Fourth round for second rebuttals and concluding remarks. Pro (myself) will argue that the existence of God is unlikely. God will be defined as the omnipotent, omniscient, omnibenevolent, eternal creator and sustainer of the universe. Omnipotent means all powerful. Omniscient means all knowing. Omnibenevolent means all loving. : - )...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

God will let you go your own way, all of the way to Hell.

LifeMeansGodIsGood
masterdrave

The Challenge title says it all for the first round argument. God will let you go to Hell. If you think God won't let you go to Hell, please tell me why. "God does not exist" is not the debate, the debate is not about the existence of God. This debate is about you going to Hell and God not stopping you if you don't care that you are going there.This debate is not about "Hell does not exist" or "God does not exist". This debate is about why God should not let you go to Hell or wh...

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

Abortion is morally permissible

Dookieman
Guidestone

First round is for acceptance. Second round is for opening statements. Third round for first rebuttals. Fourth round for second rebuttals and concluding remarks. This debate will be centered on the moral issue concerning abortion, so do not bring Roe v. Wade or the law into this discussion. It's about the moral issue only. Pro will argue that abortion is morally permissible. While Con will argue that abortion is morally wrong. Both Pro and Con share the burden of proof....

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

It is impossible for God to know everything (assuming God exists)

RainbowDash52
Mister_Man

Definition: Knowing if a statement is true means that you are be able to correctly respond with either true or false when asked if that statement is true....

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Unite the fools, king of tyranny

Max.Wallace
Gogert777

Here be those that are educated by PC There be the leaders, They are not we They are the masters of tyranny Succumb to your education And massive vacations Lords of equality what planet are you from? The planet of god? as you all plod upon us Seeking your rights With the law as your might, your hammer. Scammers,...

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

Belief in the afterlife is beneficial.

SnowyOxygen
speechlessspeaker

1st round - Acceptance 2nd round - Argument presentation 3rd and 4th rounds - Rebuttals 5th round - Closing arguments The topic is "Belief in the afterlife is beneficial.", so is it better to believe in the afterlife? (I am against.)...

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Religion is like extra credit.

Penguin44
SnowyOxygen

I believe that it is like extra credit. If you choose to believe in god and he turns out not to be real. Oh well. You still lived and you didn't really loose anything. If he does end up to be real, then you are welcomed into this thing or way of life that has you so interested in your religion....

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Updated 1 Month Ago

Are we slaves to the subliminal?

Ossan004
Ash_RationalTheist

As my first debate on this website I would like to argue something that for me seems very obvious. The fact that we on a daily basis get pummeled with ads and subliminal messaging is obvious, but what are the real implications of this? How deeply does the constant stream of external information affect us and can anyone deny that the human race is slowly loosing parts of its individuality? Since English is not my first language and this is my first debate i figured I would pick an easy one, I...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

There are universal, objective moral values

Edril
Mike_10-4

Consensus human opinion (which doesn't exist yet) defines our morality. There is no such thing as objective morality; only self-serving and self created "human rights" which only exist as long as we have the power to enforce them. Can you convince me that I should value the well being of others? If I had the power to set every living thing and resource on the planet in such a way that it all serves as a support structure for my own happiness, how can you say that it would be objectively wrong fo...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago