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The "sin of Sodom" was not what we refer to as "sodomy" today.

ioannesmartinus
chrimill

This debate will be on the topic of the so-called "sin of Sodom," which traditionally has been interpreted as male homosexual intercourse (hence the term "sodomy" in English). I am taking the Pro stance, which is that this interpretation is incorrect. My opponent will be taking the Con stance, which is that the traditional interpretation is correct.Format:Round 1: Acceptance only. No arguments.Round 2: Make your case. No addressing any points made by the opposing side.Round 3: Rebuttals and (if...

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"Truth-seeking ought to take precedence over attorney-client privilege."

Radix
chrimill

Resolved: In the United States criminal justice system, truth-seeking ought to take precedence over attorney-client privilege....

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Affirmative action is contrary to the public good

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The10thDoctor

Affirmative action in its present form in the United States is a well-meaning but misguided attempt to advance the public good. "The road to hell is paved with good intentions" is a very apt portrayal of this topic. Definitions: Affirmative Action: The system whereby preference is given towards certain groups which historically have been targets of discrimination and therefore action should be taken to rectify these mistakes by giving preferences towards these groups. Public Good: That...

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Death penalty should be abolished in the U.S. at the present time

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biancabear767

The death penalty does more harm than good in today's society. At one time, it may have served a useful purpose, but it is no longer necessary and the small positives it may have are outweighed by the negatives. The death penalty is not able to be overturned, so any mistake in its application cannot be corrected because we do not have the power to resurrect people. Some propose that capricious application of the death penalty is flawed, but feel that the death penalty needs to be there for tr...

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