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Homosexual Marriage

catholicteen4534
dawndawndawndawn

First round is a sign-in round? Is that how they do this on here aha?...

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Has Christianity done more harm than good?

GregariousTreason
TrueScotsman

This is more of a learning thing for me because I, personally, have seen Christianity responsible for numerous problems the world over, and from this have concluded that it's much more harmful than helpful. However I realize I do have a negative bias against it for personal reasons so I would like to be proven wrong to nip the unneeded judgementality, if any, at the bud....

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Do you think Richard III should have a Catholic Burial?

NewSoul95
Multi-Wargasm

Richard III was a Catholic King so it's only right he should have a Catholic burial. It doesn't matter what religion you are or if you even believe in God. The fact is Richard was a Catholic and should have the burial he would of wanted....

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Genetics Influences Whether Someone is Religious Or Not

LuckyLemon
ajr18

Genetics does not influence whether someone is religious or not. Although it can help determine your biological and physical development, that can only go so far until the surrounding environment or even your own individual choices will push you to make the religious and non-religious decision. People are not predestined into a religious point of view from their genes....

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Atheism vs Anything

raymondlewis
EdwardTrail

Round 1 makes his/her first arguments and accepts the rules I laid out. Round 2 Clash. Round 3 Clash and Con's closing thoughts. Atheism- disbelief or lack of belief in the existence of God or gods. God - a superhuman being or spirit worshiped as having power over nature or human fortunes; a deity....

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Santa is real and he is no myth evidence is found

Gohan12345
Stirling

My opponent goes first...

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Should the world become atheist in order to function as a moral society?

AjayChandan
FirstRoyals

To begin my point, first question that we need to pose ourselves is- "Why do we need to be moral in an atheistic worldview?", "How would I know if my act is really moral?" "Because I live, I let others live" this would be the basic moral line..! Morality, in a Non-religious worldview is relativistic.. isn't it? In one culture People love each other, in other culture, they eat each other.., how do you judge them? We do not have any unique value for HUMAN BEING in scientific worldview, we are just...

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Is it logical to conclude that there are no major changes to the Old Testament?

Truth_seeker
ergodicsum

The position that i'm arguing for is that it is logical to conclude that there are no major changes to the Old Testament. What constitutes a major change is any word or phrase that is completely different when you compare two different texts of the same message. The Old Testament was originally written in Hebrew and Aramaic. The Hebrew Bible existing today is the Masoretic text. Until the 6th century A.D, only the consonants of the Hebrew text were written, but had no vowels. Traditions of r...

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The Christian religion is a big part of the great Whore of Revelation13

telisw37
Naudious

I say the religious right of today is the great whore of Rev,13 Rev_13:1, And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy....

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There is a life after death

CRMarsden
Josanta2

It is controversial and unsettling to propose that there is no life after death. Unfortunately, however comforting it would be to think that there is a life after death, there is absolutely no solid evidence to support the claim. In all likelihood there is absolutely nothing after death, no heaven or reincarnation, just oblivion, nothingness. Many religions, particularly mainstream ones, use this concept of a life after death as a means by which to comfort people, although this cannot be used a...

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