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God, heaven, and hell only exist metaphysically, not physically. Therefore, are only ideas.

Grayneer
WileyC1949

Round 1- Acceptance, then so on....

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Suicide is Not a Sin

doomswatter
Domr

(I have set a minimum elo requirement for my opponent, but I may consider removing it. Post in the comments if you want to accept the debate but are unable to, and I'll consider you.)Resolution: Suicide is not a sin.DefinitionsSuicide: intentionally killing oneself either directly or ind...

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Shrek is Drek

inaudita
RealLifeRick

First round is acceptance....

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Biblical Contradictions, Part II

ShadowKingStudios
doomswatter

Premise:Which Opponent Can Best Prove or Debunk Alleged Biblical Contradictions.Definition:Contradiction: "the statement of a position opposite to one already made"Scholar: "a learned person" (either renowned w/o official academic training or an academic degree-holder

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Should Children be Religious At a Young Ago: Pro (Yes) Con (No)

TheShenny
ZenoCitium

First round acceptance. I am arguing that children should not be made to believe in a specific religion from a young age. Rule 1) Nothing about whether religion is correct or not...

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Jesus Christ never existed and was created by Constantine

Laprlev
Blaedz

1st Round - Acceptance, 2nd and 3rd Rounds - Arguments...

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Do you think People should live in certain countries based on their views?

ben671176
aburk903

First Round is for acceptance. Example if we went for it: Atheists have one country, Christians have another, Jews have another, Muslims another, Communists have one, Capitalists have another. et cetera. Good Luck!...

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Can any Abrahamic religion be supported scientifically?

shootingstarmie
Politicallion

This is a very controversial topic, and I am thoroughly willing to discuss it with anyone who would like to argue this topic. Whoever agrees to debate shall choose which religion they want to discuss, and that shall be the discussed religion therehence. Since the topic appears very broad, I'd like to define some things: 1. The Abrahamic religions are Judaism, Christianity/Catholicism, and Islam, and their teachings as defined by their supreme texts, that is, The Torah/Old Testament, The Bible...

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Does Prayer to a God make a difference?

Berend
Jikpamu

The first is a simply accepting and open statement. First I would like to say, I am an atheist and will be debating on the viewing side of an atheist with a scientific view to this. Having been a Christian for 20 years, die hard one at that, I feel I have plenty of knowledge on religious things to make a valid comment. To begin, I will say that I do not believe, nor do I think they work in anyway shape or form. I will say that I also do know they do not and will explain should my opponent...

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Mandatory School Prayer

Cazaam
timbi

This is coming from a British person where yes, mandatory school prayers are a thing.In England and Wales, the School Standards and Framework Act 1998 states that all pupils instate schools must take part in a daily act of collective worship, unless their parents request that they be excused from attending. The majority of these acts of collective worship are required to be "wholly or mainly of a broadly Christian character", with two exceptions:Religious schools, which sh...

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