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Irreligious people are more moral than religious people in general?

Rezend
n7natnat

First round for agreement, second for refutal, third for agreement, fourth for refutal, fifth for conclusion. I will start with my main thesis: Irreligious people act good because they think it is good to be good, while religious people do it because they are scared of a god, meaning irreligious people are more moral. This supposes that morals exist. I hope for a productive argument....

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Updated 2 Months Ago

Christians on abortion

Michaela-K
Garbanza

To al, the Christians out there . The non Christians may also respond but please be respectful of other comments :) If you're father got you pregnant would any if the women out the get an abortion? Christianity FORBIDS abortion as it is an act of murder but still you're father getting you pregnant and abortion to me sounds pretty good....

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6 Comments
Updated 8 Months Ago

Atheism is for ignorance.

Torvald
luner124

You will pardon any unfamiliarity I bear with the format of this site, having just joined. Having received much condemnation and contempt for atheism from my religious friends, I am curious exactly what it is that theism has on atheism. It has been called ignorant and foolish, pathetic and petty, and a host of other colorful descriptions. I wish to discuss the issue in civil debate, where someone will not fly off the handle in response to legitimate points....

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11 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

Homosexuality Is Wrong

justiceandtruth
AbandonedSpring

First round acceptance Second Rebuttal Third Closing Arguments...

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12 Comments
Updated 7 Months Ago

Does God, (Christian) gives us free will?

jgouds
KILLUMINATI

God, as depicted by the bible knows all past, present and future. Therefore this would emply that we don't have free will, would it not? If he knows the outcomes, and he comtrols everything that we do, he hasn't really given us free will. So in essence there really isn't free will at all....

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8 Comments
Updated 3 Years Ago

Does the Biblical God have an absolute, perfect moral standard?

Spicheren1870
Samuel60

Many argue that the Biblical/Judeo-Christian God is a source of objective, perfect morality. I believe that this is not the case. I define the 'objective, perfect standard' as follows: 1: God's actions define his morality. 2: His morality is objective. 3: His moral values do not conflict with common sense and are within the bounds of reason and compassion. My points are as follows: 1: He is depicted to condone slavery and the death penalty, and has also committed genocide. He has (alle...

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4 Comments
Updated 9 Months Ago

The Jewish religion should identify Yeshua (Jesus) as Messiah

Jellon
Wylted

First round is acceptance. For the purpose of this debate, different weight will be given to various Jewish writings. 1) The Tanakh (aka Old Testament) will be considered holy scripture. 2) The Mishna and Gemara will be considered trustworthy teaching. 3) The B'rit Hadasha (aka New Testament) will be treated equally as all other ancient texts....

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91 Comments
Updated 8 Months Ago

The only solution to changing a destructive lifestlye is making a quality decision

cheyennebodie
james14

All this nonsense about " treatment" and "therapy" for those who want to escape the consequences of bad behavior has only one solution.Quality decisions. A quality decision is a decision from which there is no turning, about which there is no more debate. Con is free to refute that statement....

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4 Comments
Updated 5 Months Ago

Atheists have little to no moral compared to Christians.

ClashnBoom
Aithlin

Atheism have little to no morality compared to most branches of Christianity. Rules: 1. No personal attacks. 2. No forfeiting. 3. No foul words. 4. Any source is a valuable if double checked. First round acceptance and definitions....

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38 Comments
Updated 2 Months Ago

Catholicism is a contradictory religion

Theoretician101
dairygirl4u2c

=Opening Statement=Welcome to this debate. As you can see/according to the title of the debate I will debate that the religion of Catholicism is a contradictory religion that has been contradicting itself from the time it was established. Since the establishment of the Catholic church they have contradicted its history, the word...

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12 Comments
Updated 8 Months Ago