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The Bible holds more virtue than any other book!

ScottyDouglas
XimenBao

I am Pro/For that: The Bible holds more virtue than any other book! Rounds: 1. Acceptance 2. Arguement/Questions 3. Rebuttals/Answers 4. Rebuttals 5. Rebuttals/Conclusion Rules: 1. Opposition must provide the book they claim. 2. Debate must be respectful. 3. Debate must stay on topic (Both books) 4. Both sides must provide questions about the oppositions side. 5. All questions must be answered and explained. 6. Pro/For provides the resolution. I declare the Bible as my book!...

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46 Comments
Updated 2 Years Ago

Gays should have the same rights as everyone else

KilannaGreen
Domr

I believe that all people gay, straight,lesbian,blue,purple it doesn't matter everyone should have the same rights and opportunities others have. This is because gay people are treated differently in many communities like the straight and religious communities. They always argue that homosexual people are not normal because they simply can not procreate. While this is true there are many straight people who can't procreate either, so because those people can't reproduce they should be treated le...

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21 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

Islam is a violent religion

zaheer12a
Shadow-Dragon

Nowadays in media the Islam is depicted as a violent religion which incites people to fight others and be intolerant. As a Muslim, I strongly disagree and would like to debate with someone who truly believes that the Islam is a violent religion.The rounds will be as follows:1. Introduction and initial arguments2. Response to opponents arguments3. Final response to opponent and conclusion.________________________________To truly analyse t...

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32 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

Evolution, Atheism

Saving_The_Lost
YaHey

Many people have talked about this, saying what they think and how the Universe/world was created. Atheist's and evolutionists say that the Earth created itself, they have stated why and how it was created. Of course, if you have heard of God, and Jesus, and have heard both stories, why deny the existence of God? A family member that was really close died? You don't want to believe in God? First tell me why you don't want to know God and why you don't believe that God created the world. The numb...

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45 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago

Islam is the religion veridict ?

Zakos
Commondebator

I'm not english, i'am french. My english is not correct. Salam The Islam is religion veridict, my arguments: - Miracle in the Quran ( Embryologic ... ) - The Coran no contains Contradiction or Error Two arguments choice for debut and the debate :D...

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2 Comments
Updated 2 Weeks Ago

The Bible is Infallible

GOP
Mikal

Greetings, everyone! I pray that we will have a wonderful debate. I am pro, so I believe that the Bible is infallible. My opponent must try to argue that it is not.Rules:1. When I refer to the Bible, I am talking about the 66-book Protestant canon of it (1). If you want to refer to a Bible verse to say it is fallible, then...

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Updated 3 Months Ago

An omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient god, and free will can't coincide.

Sage13
GoOrDin

If God is all powerful, and all knowing then he can never be faced with a dilemma. With his foreknowledge he can never be faced with a surprise. Everything that happens could only happen with his approval. This implies that you could never do anything against God's will because if it is against his will, and he know what the act you did was he could stop it. If he did not stop it it can only be because he wanted it to happen because God can't be faced with a situation in which he is either again...

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11 Comments
Updated 2 Weeks Ago

Christian God Paradox

LogicWizard
suzyy97

"Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then He is not omnipotent. Is He able, but not willing? Then He is malevolent. Is He both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil? Is He neither able nor willing? Then why call Him God?" -Epicurus Since I first read this quote, I could not find a fault in it, so I would like "Con" to prove that god is indeed omnipotent and is not malevolent, or to sufficiently disprove another part of the quote. BoP is on Con, he/she must prove a fault in th...

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16 Comments
Updated 2 Weeks Ago

The Catholic Church is and has been a force for good in the world

Swedishperspective
dsjpk5

Round 1. Acceptance of debate terms Round 2-4: Rebuttals Round 5: Closing statement. No rebuttals and no new arguments. For this introductory round I will present my position and the necessary terms for this debate. I wont offer any arguments as to why Catholic Church is not a force for good, just present the terms and succinctly explain what I am going to argue in favor off. My stance on this debate is, that when viewing the Catholic Church historically and presently, I find that when g...

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18 Comments
Updated 2 Weeks Ago

Christianity V.S. evolution

godsnumberis7
funnycn

I am for Christianity, you argue first...

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31 Comments
Updated 2 Weeks Ago