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Resolution: Calvinism, believed on by many Reformed theologians, is not taught in the Bible, and is therefore not an accurate view of salvation, our relationship with God, etc. Definition: Calvinism, put briefly, is the belief that humanity has no choice in salvation; that each person is "chosen" by God to be with Him in eternity or damned to Hell forever. It consists of five points: Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited Atonement, Irrisistible Grace, and Perserverence of the Saint...
If an all knowing god exist than it must know the past, present, and future so if this god knows what you will do than you can no longer choose to do anything but what it already knows. If you are at a stop sign u can choose to go left or right. if this god knows you will go left than you no longer have the free will to right...
Many teach and believe that faith is a mystical power that one can summon to convince God to do things on their behalf. They believe in "naming and claiming things" and "speaking things into existence." This debate will allow us to explore the true essence of faith. It's not a superhero power and it cannot be faked. It is a plain and simple trust in the thing you have faith in. When you have that type of faith, there is no need to bombard God with "positive thinking" or "professions of faith...
Seeing that haven't been any debate challenges appearing lately, I thought I'd throw one out there. Simply put, the challenger that accepts this debate will offer an argument for the non-existence of God. I will attempt to refute it, thereby showing it to be invalid. My opponent will use Round 1 to explain his argument. In rounds 2 and 3, I will cross-examine and attempt to refute his/her argument whereas he/she will cross-examine my refutations and defend the argument. Round 4 will be closin...
2 Round Debate 72 Hour Rounds 8,000 Character Limit 2 Week Voting Period ====== Resolved, That the motto of the U.S. should be changed. I propose that the motto of the United States of America be changed from "In God We Trust" back to the original "E Pluribus Unum" (Latin for "One from many"). I will present the case for changing the motto on constitutional as well as on logical grounds. My proposed alternative need not be accepted for me to win this debate. ======= Separation...
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