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how do you believe in those gods of religions who says they are true who has not been proved as lie

iamoriginalgod
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how do you believe in those gods of religions who says they are true who has not been proved as lie or wrong until they are alive and to win from others they prove others are wrong by proving and believing in temporary fake truth that they are true to win time from them through there genies. Do you believe in those gods of religions who looses when they are wrong with any temporary fake truth proven by others because temporary fake truth also gives power to win from anyone and even gods will hav...

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The usual arguments #4: Free will

Dwint
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This debate is impossible to accept. Leave a comment if you would like to debate .I will NOT argue against the existence of free will. I will argue that free will doesn't prove the existence of a god. Structure: Round 1: acceptance Round 2: arguments(no rebuttals) Round 3: rebuttals(no arguments) Round 4: additional arguments/rebuttals and conclusion...

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Islam is false.

AKMan
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Islam is not true....

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Is Christianity a more reasonable, rational, and logical religion than Islam?

AKMan
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I believe that Christianity is a more logical religion than Islam. By this, I mean that it is the most believable and closest to the Truth. I belive it has less faults than Islam.This will be the format of our argument. There are 5 rounds.Round 1: Introduction & Main ClaimRound 2: First Sub-Claim.Round 3: Second Sub-Claim. Counterclaim & Refutation.Round 4: Third Sub-Claim. Counterclaim & Refutation.Round 5: Summarize Your Argument. End Using A Persuasive & Convincing Statement.A...

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Quran alone : The misled Sunni/Shia (the followers of hadith for guidance)

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Dragonfang

I will use Quran to justify my opinion. Doesn't matter which of the two major sects accept the challenge. If hadith or Quran quoted must make exact reference. (If required I too will use hadith (from authentic sources) for cross interrogation purposes....

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