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reubencpiplupyay
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MasterManav
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Are non-religious people inherently immoral?

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Started: 11/28/2016 Category: Religion
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reubencpiplupyay

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The first round is simply for acceptance. Good luck to my opponent.
MasterManav

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This all varies based off your belief. Certain religious groups do consider those who have no belief immoral, or hell-bound. However I disagree. Unless your belief drives you to commit crimes, or unfairly harm those around you, your belief or lack thereof is not immoral.
Debate Round No. 1
reubencpiplupyay

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My side is that non-religious people are not inherently immoral, but that's also your position. Since we are in agreement, should we just extend the debate and call it a draw?
Debate Round No. 2
MasterManav

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Why don't you
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by canis 1 week ago
canis
If you "have" a god.. You have no moral by your self..
Posted by Perussi 1 week ago
Perussi
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You scrub lord....
(not you spex)
Posted by vi_spex 1 week ago
vi_spex
immorality is religion
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