Some deists are irrational
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I derived these contensions from a dictionary and the bible to support my argument.
If God no longer assumed control over life, exerting no influence on natural phenomina, and giving no supernatural revelation, how did he open up space in the Jordan river for Jesus to cross.
There could possibly be an exception:
If their definition of Deism is not precise and very specific.
Deists do NOT take the word of God.
Jesus is a religious prophet who may or may not exist. He definitely exists in the Bible or in the faith of individuals. THAT IS CHRISTIANITY.
So like I said, you can not say that Deism is irrational based upon the premises of a different religion.
According to Deism, God does not intervene.
"i dont wanna f*king debate u again.
trying to be a gigantic smart*ss"
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Vote Placed by MikeNH 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: As far as debates go, this one was one of the worst. There were essentially no significant arguments made and it was almost entirely incoherent, but I still have to give a few points to Con as Pro forfeited, although both were rather childish about it.
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