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Stop accepting debates with the title 'How do Atheists rationally know truth from fiction?'

Zaephou
John_C_1812

Newcomers to Debate.org, DO NOT accept ANY debate with the title 'How do atheists rationally know truth from fiction?'. The guy who has been posting them, ViceRegent, is a middle-aged bigoted ignoramus with the brain capacity of a lemur, and he has been spamming this same debate for months. Please don't accept these debates. If you want, copy and paste this debate and post it yourself to spread the message :)...

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Updated 2 Months Ago

This House rejects the existence of a higher power (God)

TheOriginalBob
Odotellessa

I will firstly start off with my definition of God. For simplicity I will include the definition of the Christian God. According to the Bible, God is 1-Omnipotent, 2- Omniscient, 3-Supernatural and 4-Omnibenevolent. I will firstly start off with why the first 2 statements of Omnipotence and Omniscience aren't logically correct then I will hand over to side Opposition to put forth their argument. Firstly, Omnipotence is not logically correct as it brings about it's own problems. Firstly, th...

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Updated 2 Months Ago

Islam is Not a Religion of Peace

Amarandum
joshuar1996

Anyone who would like to argue that Islam is tolerant or a force for good is welcome to debate me. I hold an atheistic view of Allah and the Koran. Any contenders must agree to the format: R1: Acceptance Round Only R2: Opening Arguments R3: Rebuttals R4: Closing Remarks...

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4 Comments
Updated 2 Months Ago

The Bodily Resurrection of Jesus Christ Historically Occurred

divergent_ambon
Lupricona

First Round is acceptance, treating first round as anything but acceptance is a forfeit. Read all instructions for pre-acceptance requirements. Last opponent did not and garnered an automatic forfeit. I've made this debate impossible to accept to begin with, but this is a reiteration.This debate is over whether Jesus, a Judean individual in the first century, rose from the de...

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21 Comments
Updated 2 Months Ago

Resolved: God Exists.

lannan13
Mister_Man

I would thank for Mister_Man for accepting this debate ahead of time and wish my opponent good luck. This is my first debate over God existing. Rules1st Round is acceptance and definitions2nd Round is contentions only, no rebuttles.3rd Round is Rebuttles.4th round is rebuttles and conclusions.No profanitiesWikipeadia is not an acceptable SourceBurden of Proof shall be shared.No SemanticsGod-...

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104 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

if god existed we would know

vi_spex
Belgian_Problem

no belief involved...

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5 Comments
Updated 2 Months Ago

Is god real??

GodIsEPIC
tonycolors

Is god real? Yes or no......

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Updated 6 Months Ago

The Problem of Evil (PoE) is sound

unitedandy
Apeiron

DefinitionsGod - By God, I mean an omnipotent, omniscient, wholly good, personal being who created the universe, and is (to a greater or lesser extent) active within the universe.Evil - Anything which in and of itself, rational creatures would universally seek to avoid, ceteris paribus. Examples of such things include suffering, pain, disability and death.The a...

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277 Comments
Updated 4 Years Ago

Belief in the god of the bible is irrational

the_dark_night
Bjs123

When I say "The Bible" I mean the literal interpretation of Christianities holy book. Belief in the god of the Bible is irrational because rational belief requires substantial evidence, and as such a thing doesnt exist belief in god is not rational. If my oponent has evidence of god please post is in the first round....

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100 Comments
Updated 6 Months Ago

Atheist evolution vs creationism.

Stupidape
Hugolm

Atheist evolution vs Creationism. I will take the atheist evolution point of view, my opponent the creationism side.StructureR1 Acceptance & definitionsR2 ArgumentsR3 RebuttalsR4 DefenseBurden of proof Burden of proof will be shared equally. This is because I am making the affrimative claim and the instiagator, yet am arguing for what is normally accepted in the scientific community. Therefore,...

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Updated 4 Months Ago