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does god exist or not

Madaan
Burls

i say god does exist but my perception of god is a bit different . god is not a person . god can not be personified . its just a sort of vibration . so to see the god as a person seems completely wrong. on one side you say that god has unlimited powers and on the other hand u put restriction by personifying the god....

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

There are tortoises on mars who govern our earth

TheRealGreeninja
Mister_Man

There are tortoises on mars who govern us and eat cheese puffs when they are afraid. the plants told me so....

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

Only cowardly, manipulative scum reject comments.

Max.Wallace
JPat05

Most big self proclaimed judges do not accept comments from the peanut gallery here as they are all knowing, and commentators are numbskulls in their mind. Grow up and take your medicine, the words of the crowd. Only a succubus accepts no comments, as they feel they are irresistable....

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Resolved: It is impossible to prove anything

AlternativeDavid
JasperFrancisShickadance

I will be taking the side that states it is impossible to prove anything. Rules: Arguments and rebuttals are allowed in every single round. In this debate, Con will try to show that it is in fact possible to prove something. Con may use any method that they choose to argue their point. Con will present their arguments first as they will be attempting to disprove my claim that "it is impossible to prove anything."...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Absolute truth is the absolute truth.

Atmas
TheatreVirus

Absolute truth exists absolutely, regardless of the subjective nature of experience. The key here is the difference between what we consider facts and what we consider truth. Facts are conditional and changeable due to entropy, but truths, such as how gravity works, are immune to such change. Because such things are immutable, unchangeable, and constant, they are in fact absolute truths. The possible existence of another universe doesn't negate these truths because one could come up with any...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Fools make a mockery of things they do not understand.

LifeMeansGodIsGood
jakulanko

In this debate, I will offer evidence of many mockers and show that they do not understand what they are making a mockery of. I will copy and paste the comments of mockers and show they are fools as the arguments for my debate. Imitiation is the sincerest form of flattery. Several mockers on this site have imitated me by inventing a screenname as a direct response or imtitation of my screenname, or by imitating my debates. Of course these flatterers add a twist...

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Updated 4 Weeks Ago

Do aliens exist?

OlinB
Ozzyhead

Before we begin, I would like to define the topic Aliens - Any extraterrestrial organism. Exist - Have objective reality or being within the universe. Good luck to my opponent!...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Is god bad for not helping some areas of the world? (assuming that he exists)

The-Holy-Macrel
republicofdhar

Debate rules: (the numbers are for the round number.) 1 Acceptance 2-4 Arguements 5 Final conclusion and goodbyes...

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Updated 3 Weeks Ago

Science has rendered theism unreasonable

Jellon
Envisage

There is a chronic tension between agnostics and theists where both sides believe people who believe the other side are unreasonable. I often see names called by both sides. As one who believes both belief systems are reasonable, I intend to defend the position that modern science has not rendered theism unreasonable. To win, Pro must show that modern scientific knowledge provides overwhelming evidence that there does not exist a god. To win, Con must be able to reasonably address all argume...

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Updated 2 Weeks Ago

This House Believes 0.99* Equals 1!

BoggyDag
Ajabi

Following my opponent's declaration of intent (see http://www.debate.org/forums/debate.org/topic/47713/ ), I hereby challenge him to deliver at least ONE logically, mathematically or philosophically acceptable argument for his outlandish claim that 0,99*=1.I say the two are not the same, and will prove so below. In order to win, my opponent has to disprove my argument and deliver one sound argument of his own, as disproving my proo...

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31 Comments
Updated 4 Weeks Ago