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10.31_Ministries
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The Contender
Wizofoz
Con (against)

Biblical Creation

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Started: 4/2/2018 Category: Religion
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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10.31_Ministries

Pro

I will be arguing that the earth was created about 6,000 years ago, in 6 literal days, by the God of the Bible, as it was accounted in Genesis.

I will let you start our debate off, try and comment facts that prove that the universe was not created by an intellectual being, (God of the Bible) as it was accounted in the Bible. (Mainly in Genesis)

I know this topic can get very heated, so please try and refrain from using aggressive fallacies like ad hominem. Thanks, and good luck!
Wizofoz

Con

There are a myriad of intersecting lines of evidence showing that the earth is much older then 6000 years old. The formation of the Earth is well established in theory and observations of other parts of the Universe give us a clear picture of how stars and planets form.

I could write literally hundreds of pages on this, there is no end of evidence, but let's start here-

There is recorded Human history greater than 6000years old- how could the entire earth be only 6000 years old?
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Posted by backwardseden 3 years ago
backwardseden
Obviously according to 10.31_Ministries the great flood MUST have happened AFTER creation of his 6,000 years creation ideal...
All of the information from the following videos is true. Please feel free to examine the information on your own.
http://www.youtube.com... - How Archaeology Disproves Noah's Flood
http://www.youtube.com... - How Mythology Disproves Noah's Flood
http://www.youtube.com... - How Paleontology Disproves Noah's Flood
http://www.youtube.com... - How Dendrochronology Disproves Noah's Flood
http://www.youtube.com... - How Anthropology Disproves Noah's Flood
http://www.youtube.com... - How Zoology Disproves Noah's Flood
http://www.youtube.com... - Noah's Ark is Plagiarized. Here's how we know ...
Posted by missmedic 3 years ago
missmedic
The number of times that a supernatural or religious explanation of a phenomenon has been replaced by a natural explanation? Thousands upon thousands upon thousands.
Now. The number of times that a natural explanation of a phenomenon has been replaced by a supernatural or religious one? Exactly zero.
Given that this is true, what are the chances that any given phenomenon for which we currently don't have a thorough explanation -- human consciousness, for instance, or the origin of the universe -- will be best explained by the supernatural?
Given this pattern, it seems clear that the chances of this are essentially zero. So close to zero that they might as well be zero. And the hypothesis of the supernatural is therefore a hypothesis we can comfortably discard. It is a hypothesis we came up with when we didn't understand the world as well as we do now... but that, on more careful examination, has never -- not once -- been shown to be correct.
The more you know the less you believe........................................
Posted by canis 3 years ago
canis
No it can not be more then 120 years old...
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