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The most plausible explanation of the empty tomb is that Jesus rose from the dead

Springheeledjack
Envisage

I believe the empty tomb referred to in the Gospel's is best explained by it's occupant rising from the dead. I need atheists/agnostics to debate me. First round is acceptance or requests to clarify the debate only....

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8 Comments
Updated 6 Days Ago

The teachings of Christianity are immoral

Anti_Theist1
funnycn

It is my proposition that the teachings of Christianity, regardless of if the religion is true or not, are immoral. From the very idea of vicarious redemption being the centerpiece of the faith or the fact that commands its followers to do morally reprehensible things on a regular basis in its scripture, this religion is a poison that cannot be rightfully called a good thing for the world....

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41 Comments
Updated 6 Days Ago

Should Public Schools allow Christian Clubs to pray against gay marriage? Yes or No.

Kylar
Mister_Man

Greetings everyone. I am a firm conservative evangelical Baptist Christian who believes in freedom. I would like to invite anyone to debate me on this issue. Just after gay marriage became legal in Wisconsin, my home state, I called on the Christian group Youth Alive that I am a member of at my high school to pray that God would stop this sinful act. However, the Club reps said that it would force a closing down of the club by the school board if we did just that. We have the right to be conserv...

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3 Comments
Updated 6 Days Ago

Cats can be taught spiritual truths

mightbenihilism
Eav

I believe cats are naturally spiritual truths, and it is wrong to keep our religious life "cat-free." We should share our beliefs with our cats, even if it appears they are not interested or have better things to do. Here is my position: 1. Cats can understand spiritual concepts like forgiveness, meditation, veganism and Christian metalcore. 2. Cats, though unable to speak in complete sentences, have a highly developed sense of hearing and can understand mutliple languages, like Tagalog a...

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2 Comments
Updated 6 Days Ago

If you look in the mirror and see a color, you are a racist.

Max.Wallace
Blade-of-Truth

That is just the truth. Look in the mirror and separate you color from your face, unless you are a racist....

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15 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago

Is The Trinity Biblical?

ChrisL
kasmic

(See comments for format) As always, I would like to thank my opponent kasmic for accepting this challenge. This is a topic that is very near and dear to me and I am excited to have the opportunity to defend it's truthfulness in this debate. My aim is to be as clear and as straightforward as possible with the hopes that the truth prevails and God is glorified. The thesis of this debate: Is the Trinity Biblical? I would like to take just a small space to tell you what this debate is not a...

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25 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago

It is Biblically ok for a Christian to raise dogs for food

mightbenihilism
dempseyktapley

I know this debate may offend a lot of people, so let me state at the outset that I am IN NO WAY, shape or FOAM in favor of actually eating dogs. I love pugs, in particular, and I would rather not eat one, even if forced to because of circumstances. I think eating dogs should be illegal everywhere in the world for the simple reason that dogs are really cool, and are more beneficial as companions, guards and seeing-eye-helpers. I also like Boston terriers, French bulldogs, and English bulldogs....

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29 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago

Jesus wasn't a sacrifice for our sins.

pierson73
Peili

I am arguing the statement Jesus wasn't in any form a sacrifice, so therefore he never could have died for our sins in the first place. Rules: 1. No trolling. 2.Round 1: is acceptance 3. Last round: no rebuttals and closing statements (No new arguments.)...

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1 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago

The Ontological Argument

His_Majesty
Burncastle

This argument is used very little amongst Christians who defend the faith, and I see why, as it seems like very abstract reasoning. But despite this, I think it is a very convincing argument once you think about it. This argument makes a case that a God must exist based on there mere concept of what it means to be "God". The argument has a rich history and many versions, but I like the Alvin Plantaga's version of it, which I will use with my own little twist. The argument is as follows; 1....

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7 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago

Bigfoot is in the Bible!

mightbenihilism
ThirdCaliber

Bigfoot is a Biblical fact. If you believe in the Bible, you must admit that Bigfoot existed in the past, at the very least, and you cannot rule out that Bigfoot does not exist presently. If you do not believe at least in the Old Testament (Tanakh), please do not enter this debate. Note: Bigfoot also means Yeti, Sasquatch, the Abominable Snow-man, the Skunk ape, and the Alma....

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14 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago