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The Christian God exists (9)

superbowl9
Shruti1

This is a debate about whether or not the Christian god exists. I will be refuting arguments from my opponent, who will have the burden of proving that the Christian god is real. The Christian god is the god as described by Jesus and the Bible. Rounds 1-4 are all for claims, rebuttals, and counter-rebuttals. Since I would not be able to refute my opponent's fourth-round claims, I request that they write "no round" in the fourth round of the debate. You can use any type of evidence, o...

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Updated 5 Days Ago

Is Jesus Real?

Becks
Phoenix61397

I just want an open discussion about the question did Jesus live? Was he real?...

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Updated 1 Week Ago

Intelligent design is a more likely cause than Abiogenesis for the origin of life

Jellon
Aerogant

Abiogenesis is the natural process of life arising from non-living matter such as simple organic compounds. Pro must show that the most likely origin for the first life on earth to be an intelligent source. Con must show that the most likely origin for the first life on earth to be a non-intelligent source. Round 1 will be acceptance. Round 2 will be opening arguments. Round 3 will be rebuttals to opening arguments. Round 4 will be rebuttals to round 3 rebuttals. Round 5 will be for any c...

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Updated 1 Week Ago

The Christian God exists (8)

superbowl9
LifeMeansGodIsGood

This is a debate about whether or not the Christian god exists. I will be refuting arguments from my opponent, who will have the burden of proving that the Christian god is real. The Christian god is the god as described by Jesus and the Bible. Rounds 1-4 are all for claims, rebuttals, and counter-rebuttals. Since I would not be able to refute my opponent's fourth-round claims, I request that they write "no round" in the fourth round of the debate. You can use any type of evidence, o...

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

overall, popes have had an economic liberal bias

linate
LifeMeansGodIsGood

pope quotes Quote "Private property does not constitute for anyone an absolute or unconditioned right. No one is justified in keeping for his exclusive use what he does not need, when others lack necessities" You are not making a gift of your possessions to the poor person. You are handing over to him what is his. For what has been given in common for the use of all, you have arrogated to yourself. The world is given to all, and not only to the rich." (#23) QUOTE Now if the e...

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

Belief in Christianity is rational

Truth_seeker
Envisage

Been itching to debate. Terms: Rational - agreeing to reason Belief - conviction of truth through evidence and/or experience The rounds will go as follows: Round 1: Opening argument - i will define the proper methods to correctly interpreting the Bible and listing the logical axioms and beliefs of early Christianity. You will counter-argue that round. Round 2: I will then compare Christianity to other religions and explaining how Christianity is more rational and based on eviden...

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Updated 20 Hours Ago

If a God is Omniscient, Omnipotent, and Omnibenevolent, then Free Will Does Not Exist

BrandonMS
PhilosophicalPensiveness

(I am restarting this because I was hit by a troll last time. They were blocked. This will happen to any and every troll.) This is a rather simple concept: If there is an omniscient, omnipotent, and omnibenevolent deity, can absolute free will exist? I say no, and am therefore Pro. I have seen this definition of a god be used to define specifically the Abrahamic god several times and will thus be focusing largely on that in my opening statement, but it may describe any god the opponent wish...

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Updated 1 Week Ago

If a God is Omniscient, Omnipotent, and Omnibenevolent, then Free Will Does Not Exist

BrandonMS
Aerogant

This is a rather simple concept: If there is an omniscient, omnipotent, and omnibenevolent deity, can absolute free will exist? I say no, and am therefore Pro. I have seen this definition of a god be used to define specifically the Abrahamic god several times and will thus be focusing largely on that in my opening statement, but it may describe any god the opponent wishes. Biblical, religious, and philosophical verses and references are allowed to be used as points. Because of the subject of...

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Updated 4 Days Ago

Religion(s) as they stand are bogus!

Missfit
Aerogant

I have reached to a conclusion, that most religions out there are misleading and therefore wrong. We are reading books like Bible and make ourselves believe its god's words. We believe into prophets and such and Christians have gone so far to believe that Jesus Christ is a God. What he clearly isn't. Everything written in holy books are written by man. Most of the context is meant to keep people in check (and stupid). In fact if we (humans) wouldn't have written these books and follow their d...

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Updated 1 Week Ago

Being in a relationship with a non-Christian is not a sin

Truth_seeker
Aerogant

Non-Christians are welcome to debate, but they must only use the Bible and stay on topic. I argue that being with a non-Christian is permitted in Scripture. First round acceptance....

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago