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Resolved: Grace Requires that We Strive for Obedience.

JohnSmythe
wmickas

The apostle Peter, writing of Paul, said the following:"...account that the longsuffering (alternative translation: patience) of our Lord is salvation; even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you; 16 As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlea...

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is being gay truly a sin?

debateo
Arganger

i say that being gay is in now way a sin because in the bible god says he loves us even if we sin....

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

The Bible does not condemn homosexuality

Bitch_Goddess
dmbrown

I saw earlier that Con believes the Bible condemns homosexuality. I am here to argue against that. For the first round, I would like Con to state how the Bible goes against homosexuals, as well as provide verses for evidence. Do you accept, Con?...

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Are Islam and Islamic culture immoral?

Topaet
atjacobmajor

Immoral = Evil/violating moral principles; not conforming to the patterns of conduct usually accepted or established as consistent with principles of personal and social ethics (e.g. human rights). Islamic culture = The cultural practices common to historically Islamic people. Rules: 1. Provide evidence for your counter-arguments. 2. Please refrain from using ad hominem arguments and/or logical fallacies. 3. The first round is for the rules/agreeing to the debate, the second for the ope...

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Gods existence proven by disproving evaluation

Lukegjones
cakerman

The one thing that constantly stumps God and religion in general is evolution. It explains man's creation. But if we removed it that leaves religion with no road blocks. To help I will not argue with anything about God or religion it's self but rather evolutions falices. First of is the existence of man. Evolution is survival of the fittest. So how does man exist? We as humans are not fit to survive in any ecosystem accept the ones we have created. So why whould we go from primates ( much more f...

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How many times in the bible does god admit he's "happy"?

backwardseden
Mharman

Its 0 folks. Man what a drag and dregs of the sewer this god guy is. I mean throughout the very bible, god has never mentioned one time, just one fricken time, that he's "happy". No, instead he’s truly dreary and what a downer for something that is supposed to be a positive role model, especially to children even though he hates children, for others. But nah, he's far too convoluted and busy with his deliberate genocides, the killin...

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Does God exist?

Toffee
Xenoth

Hi there, my belief in God is firm and is backed up by many logical arguments one of which is extremely simple. If you believe that an object cannot just pop into existence then how on earth can you believe that the universe just appeared into existence, it makes no sense! There has to be some greater external force controlling this which is, God. Give me a challenge, bring it on. King Toffee...

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

If religion didn't exist, the earth would be a much better place.

Natsu145
feerboom14

For this argument, I'm not going to have any specific rules. My opponent can argue what they want to argue. I won't list any of my points in the first round, I'll just be doing the introduction as I am now. My opponent can go ahead and list their arguments in the first round, however. I'll be countering them in the second round. And with that, let the debate begin....

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Should Churches be Given Exemption from Paying Taxes?

Bitch_Goddess
Wirbelfeld

The first round will be definitions. The rest will be arguments and rebuttals. 1. Church: a building for public and especially Christian worship 2. Exemption: free or released from some liability or requirement to which others are subject 3. Separation of church and state: the act or state of keeping government and religion separate from each other 4. Tax: a charge usually of money collected by the government from people or businesses for public use 5. Business: a commercial or ind...

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

Are we all one human race?

LiberalProlifer
ingraye

The first round is for acceptance....

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