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If God is willing to prevent evil, but is not able to
Then He is not omnipotent.
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Then He is malevolent.
If He is both able and willing
Then whence cometh evil.
If He is neither able nor willing
Then why call Him God?
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Religious schools should still be required to teach facts like evolution.

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PrinceRa

I think that religious education should still have to be held to a standard of truth. I think that they should be allowed to teach their religious doctrine while at the same time teach real science. First round is for acceptance only....

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If someone kills another person in the line of duty do they go to hell?

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NeamoOwl

I don't believe in Heaven but I would enjoy having this discussion. In the Bible it says that killing another human is a sin but what if you're protecting other people? An example of this would be a man with a knife trying to kill people. If a police officer shoots him does the police officer commit a sin because he killed someone, or is he sin free because he saved lives. I think that the stance on murder is unwavering, if you kill somebody it's a sin regardless of the circumstances. Anybody wh...

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Sam Fisher vs Ezio Auditore

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WillRiley

OK, to start off I believe Sam Fisher would win. He was a member of the Navy Seals before he was chosen to be the first recruit into the Splinter Cell program. A program which was designed to create elite espionage soldiers who can infiltrate, complete their objective and exfiltrate without being seen. He's in peak condition, is an expert of Krav Maga, a brilliant strategist and an incredible athlete and acrobat. I'm excluding Splinter Cell: Conviction from this argument because in that game Sam...

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