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God does not exist

Ceci
sagesteppe

In this debate I (Pro) will be arguing against the existence of god.(Con) will argue for the existence of god.Definition: god - a superhuman being or spirit worshipped as having power over nature or human fortunesRules : no trolling no forfeitsRound one : acceptanceR2 :argumentsR3 :Rebuttals + argumentsR4 :RebuttalsR5 :RebuttalsI welcome a good opponent....

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11 Comments
Updated 3 Months Ago

Does religion psychologically abuse the human mind?

Zourida
ApotheosisOrangutan

I believe that religion can be extremely harmful for the mental health of young minds who are born into a particular faith system. I will support the notion that children must have the right to choose by themselves what to believe or not believe, when they reach an appropriate age of understanding the world around them....

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32 Comments
Updated 10 Months Ago

Is God Real?

aperson_2001
Kico

Rules: 1- I shall pose arguments on rounds 2 and 3 / My opponent shall pose arguments on rounds 1 and 2 2 - The final rounds will be used to pose questions to each other 3 - No usage of wikipedia is allowed 4 - 300 Words minimum for each round...

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4 Comments
Updated 10 Months Ago

Evolution and The Bible are incompatible

KeytarHero
InquireTruth

This is a debate about whether or not the Bible supports Evolution. This is not a debate on whether the evidence supports Evolution or Creation (or even Intelligent Design). Merely that the Bible does not support a belief in Evolution. As such, I would ask that my opponent be a Christian, supposedly of the Old-Earth/Theistic Evolutionary kind.Also, this is regarding macro-Evolution (i.e. the gradual change of one species into another).No semantic arguments, please.

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144 Comments
Updated 6 Years Ago

God Exists (Cosmological Argument)

MBill
epicemmy9

In this debate I will be contending for the theistic worldview at the exclusion of the atheistic worldview. Although I am a Christian, I am not here arguing for Christian particulars. The Cosmological Argument is perhaps the strongest of the arguments for God"s existence. Its premises enjoy both philosophical and scientific backing, and its conclusion is certain. If this argument works, then it is logically impossible that God doesn"t exist. This is very strong language, and it is meant to b...

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16 Comments
Updated 7 Months Ago

It is probable that God exists

thett3
phantom

I thank my opponent for his willingness to debate me on this topic, hopefully we will have a nice discussion. As the affirmative, I will accept the burden of proof in proving the existence of God. My opponent can present his own arguments if he pleases, but he is under no obligation to do so. He is obligated however to attack my arguments in the 2nd round. My advocacy will be defending the conception of God as the powerful, sentient creator of the Universe, by showing that both scientificall...

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62 Comments
Updated 4 Years Ago

Does the God of the Bible Exist?

Acuna00
CosmoJarvis

I will argue that Jehovah, the God of the Bible, has given us enough evidences for us to be able to come to the most logical conclusion that He does, indeed, exist. Round 1 is acceptance only....

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82 Comments
Updated 11 Months Ago

Terrorist attacks are the result of Islam?

raviahlawat823
Dikatso

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8 Comments
Updated 1 Year Ago

Is Islam a religion of violence

adirahalcyon
wmickas

With the recent terrorist attacks, many people have come to a conclusion that Islam is, indeed, a religion full of violence and killings. Many justify that, by using verses from the Quran that call for the killing of infidels. I'm against that idea. Just because people commit terrorist attacks, it doesn't prove that the religion calls for them. Men commit the largest number of crimes and the simple explanation for that is this chemical in their brain which makes them more violent than a woma...

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2 Comments
Updated 3 Months Ago

It is reasonable to believe that the Resurrection of Jesus is a historical event

Bible-Defender
TheSkeptic

I contend that the Resurrection of Jesus is a historical event that probably happened. It is impossible to reach 100% certainty. However, that should not detract from the discussion since that is the way it is in all of history. One can only prove what probably happened. The historical methodology used to ascertain whether something is to be considered a historical fact is whether the reasons for accepting it outweighs the reasons for rejecting it. It is my contention based upon this that the Re...

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229 Comments
Updated 7 Years Ago