The True Religion
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I believe that Christianity is the only TRUE RELIGION.
Regardless of my own beliefsI will be debating that Christianity is not the one true religion nor is their any true religion or belief. I eagerly await your opening argument.
There are many different religions. I am simply stating that Christianity is the only true one. Other religions worship false Gods, and there are are quite a few who worship more than one, when, in actuality, there is only one true and living God. From my perspective, and from what you have told me, you believe there is no religion, as in, you believe there is no God. If that is what you believe, you are wrong, for there is a God. He is a God who created all the Heavens and the Earth. He created the plants, animals, insects, water, air, food, and, most importantly, he created humans. He created EVERYTHING. He is the ruler of the universe.
Now you state that the Christian god created everything including humans, so my question to you is did your god create humans as they are now or did he create the ancestor in which humans evolved from or pherhaps you believe your god created the common ancestor and then guided that species through the ages into what is the modern human.
When I read the Bible I found it to be much like the other Abrahamic faith filled with paradoxes and rather coddling in nature. That is why I believe the Abrahamic faiths are those designed to comfort their followers with promises of paradise.
No, he did not create humans as they are today. If you have read the bible, then you should know that, he created the first man, Adam, and out of his side, he took a rib, and created Eve, who was the first woman. God created us in his own image. He created us to be perfect. But, in the Garden of Eden, Satan had tempted Eve. God had instructed both Adam and Eve not to eat of "The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil", for if they did, they would die. When Satan tempted Eve, she picked a fruit from the tree, and took a bite. She then proceeded to give some to Adam, who also took a bite. Their eyes were opened, and they then knew right from wrong. They had sinned against God by disobeying his order. Adam (the first man), was cursed to a life of painful toil, as punishment for what he had done. Eve's (the first woman), punishment was increased hardship (pain) in labor (childbirth), and to be ruled over by her husband. We are this way today because, Adam and Eve had sinned. Their sin carried on through generation after generation, and continues to this very day. So my answer to your question is, no. He did not create us as we are today.
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Reasons for voting decision: Round 1: Acceptance. Round 2: Pro only makes claims and preaches the Bible. Pro claims the Christian god is true and others who disbelieve that claim are wrong. Pro however provides no evidence for his claims. Con, while not needing to say all he did, points out that there is not much proof for any religion out there. Con speaks of his own beliefs and of his own research, but overall his strongest point was the lack of evidence for any religion out there. Round 3: Pro continues to just preach the bible and make claims without any evidence. Con says we have evidence that disproves the bible but does not present that evidence. Con continues to point out the lack of evidence to support the bible. Since Pro does not present evidence his claims, and Con points out the lack of evidence. Con wins convincing arguments.
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