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Mycroft
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The Contender
Sheldor
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There is such thing as free will

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Started: 1/27/2013 Category: Religion
Updated: 4 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Mycroft

Con

Before starting, let me elaborate. The debate is questioning whether God allows free will. By God, I mean the omnipotent, omniscient and omnibenevolent being that exists both inside and outside of the universe. The rules are simple
1)No plagiarism
2)No name calling (we are not infants)
You may present any point as long as it adheres to the rules. I apologise in advance if my grammar is not up to scratch, because my keyboard is quite slow to "catch up."
I will be arguing that the concept of free will is non existent, and eagerly await the person willing to take up the role of Pro.
Sheldor

Pro

I accept your challenge, and eagerly await the interesting, and hopefully convincing points you can bring to the table. Good luck!
Debate Round No. 1
Mycroft

Con

Mycroft forfeited this round.
Sheldor

Pro

Free will exists.
Debate Round No. 2
Mycroft

Con

Mycroft forfeited this round.
Sheldor

Pro

Vote pro.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by 1Devilsadvocate 4 years ago
1Devilsadvocate
As if your the 1st one to make such a debate.

This topic has been debated for hundreds of years.

There have been numerous debates on this site, on this topic:

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Posted by LatentDebater 4 years ago
LatentDebater
Copying my debate ftw...
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