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God"s existence

Champybeat
SimonSmasher

Hello. I shall allow the opponent to begin the debate....

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Updated 1 Week Ago

Modern Christianity is FKED UP!

Debatwinnerpro
GeorgeG

first round is acceptance and state what you believe. i believe the the modern christian beliefs are false....

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Updated 1 Week Ago

Existence of God

Champybeat
backwardseden

Hello. This is my first debate on this website; thanks to all who participate (opponent, voters, commenters). I will be arguing for the existence of God. My beginning arguments: I. laws of logic: I ask my opponent, where did the laws of logic come from (e.g. the law of non-contradiction)? In a materialistic/naturalistic worldview, they cannot exist; for the laws of logic are immaterial and universal and, therefore, not compatible with a worldview that only believes that material/physical natu...

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3 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago

Atheism is more plausible than Theism

KevinGrem
JohnSmythe

Today I will argue that in light of both the arguments for and against the existence of God, that atheism is more plausible than theism.(1) The first argument for atheism is that there is a serious absence of evidence for God's existence. If God did exist, there are a number of critical pieces of evidence that we should expect to find, but which we fail to find. For exa...

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12 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

There is no sound argument for the existence of god

tfroitz1
JLeff007

I am not defending an atheistic view that there certainly is no god, but that there is no cogent argument in favor of a belief in a deity of any kind. Therefore I would first like to hear the opposing arguments....

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Does God Exist?

FishAndChips22
CrypticIndividual

Rules1.) No personal attacks2.) Stay on Topic3.) USE FACTS WITH SOURCES TO BACK THEM UP, lack of sources mean your "facts" will be treated as FALSE by both me and the reader4.) No "Kritiks" 5.) No Trolling, spamming, etc... common sense6.) If you're going to call something false, show HOW it is falseStru...

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6 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

How is everyone logically not agnostic?

Jwoo160
creationtruth

I've been doing alot of thinking with all this stuff going on in the world. I mean we have mass groups of people executing each other over religion and what not. But to me I don't care what religion you are none of us have the answers NONE. None of us have hard evidence all we have is faith. To me correct me if im wrong but faith means believing in something even if you dont have the sure answers. I am just saying but to me that sounds just like propaganda? You look down throughout history there...

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4 Comments
Updated 2 Weeks Ago

This House Would deny tax-exempt status to religios-institutions failing to appoint women equally.

aryan_ind
Arganger

On this side of the house, we believe firmly in the need to promote equality in our society. This is something we believe to a level where we are willing to take the most hard-line stance to correct the most prominent of the inequalities across the globe: gender inequality. Policy: All religious institutions failing to provide equal opportunity for appointment to women as men will be liable to pay special taxes, that will be higher than normal taxes. This would disincentivese the inequality...

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2 Comments
Updated 3 Weeks Ago

If an omniscient god exists then free will is an illusion

shannon83
JimShady

Format for the debate: Round 1 is acceptance, introduction.Round 2 argumentRound 3 rebuttalRound 4 closing statements - The debate will assume that a omniscient God is real. Omniscient 1:having infinite awareness, understanding, and insight, an omniscient author “the narrator seems an omniscient person who tells us about the characters and their relations” &mdash...

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Updated 1 Month Ago

It is better to believe in the God of the Bible than to be an Atheist

kwagga_la
Ockham

My position is as follows: If I believe in God and it turns out God did not exist then I don"t have to face any accountability for my disbelief. If I am right that the Christian God does exist then eternal awards awaits me when I die and still do not have to face any accountability and do not have to face any judgment. If the atheist is right he or she will not have to face any accountability for not believing in God. But should the atheist be wrong he/she will be held accountable and will have...

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9 Comments
Updated 2 Months Ago