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squonk
Con (against)
The Contender
weathersucks
Pro (for)

The Bible is never wrong.

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Started: 1/3/2018 Category: Religion
Updated: 2 weeks ago Status: Debating Period
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squonk

Con

I would like to have a debate with someone who believes that the Bible is inerrant; i.e. incapable of being wrong. Here's the introduction to my argument:

The Bible was written by different people with differing perspectives over a very long period of time. Naturally, the Bible is full of differing (and even conflicting) messages about right/wrong, theology, history, etc. Serious study of the Bible reveals that it is riddled with contradictions and inaccuracies. Much of what the Bible teaches is just plain wrong: morally wrong, scientifically wrong, historically wrong, theologically wrong.

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weathersucks

Pro

The Bible itself warns against changing it, so there is a good chance someone changed it on purpose (Book of Revelation).
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