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Should children attending Catholic schools be taught same sex marriage is wrong?

Magee99
VampyIceMan

Children should be taught about how there are same sex couples but they should not be told it is unacceptable just because of their religion. I myself am religious but do not think a child should be persuaded to think such ways. They should be allowed to grow up knowing that there are same sex couples and later form their OWN opinion on the topic. I think gays should have rights. Religious people should also be free to teach their faith too but consider the diversity in opinions and backgrounds....

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Perfection is Subjective: The VampyIceMan Strikes Back

VampyIceMan
Emily77

Regarding our last debate, I think we failed to clarify some things. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, will be to mention what you failed to do the last debate (what we could have done better, not what arguments we could have made)in the first round. Three rounds of continual debate will follow, with a summary of the last two debates. I hope that this will be better that the last debate. Good luck. This message will self destruct....

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Perfection is Subjective

Emily77
VampyIceMan

Hello, I would like to argue the concept of 'Perfection' and whether or not the definition and/or fulfillment requirements are subjective. I will be arguing that they are not subjective, and are in fact immutable concepts that have not changed since the very concept of 'perfection' as an entity was understood. Pro will argue that 'perfection' as an entity is entirely and/or at least in part subjective, and dependent upon varying perspectives (whether by person, or over time). First...

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which makes more sense? islam(pro) vs christianity(con)

TG2333
VampyIceMan

hello there my opponent, the first round is just gonna be about introducing ourselves :), and the rules of this debate. hello! my name is hamze ojjeh and i'm a muslim, in english my friends call me hamzay. 1_be polite, no cursing, sarcasm, or being rude 2_everything you say has to have a proof. 3_you can't link to untrusted websites for your proof, like wikipedia, yahoo answers or any of that kind. 4_if your not sure about what are you talking about don't write it. 5_ you have...

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Sin

simpleman
VampyIceMan

I posit that sin is a measurement of affections, and not a classification of actions...

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