The Instigator
11edwarj
Con (against)
The Contender
sssb
Pro (for)

What is a fit punishment that those who have been convicted on the charges of heresy? Flame or flame

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Started: 3/6/2018 Category: Religion
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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11edwarj

Con

It is firmly within my opinion that the punishment that individuals whom have been committed acts which have been interpreted by the judiciary as acts of heresy resulting in conviction, should face charges that amount to the donation of flame, particularly in a public setting.
sssb

Pro

I think that heresy is the worst crime man can commit. Almost as bad witchcraft or declaring war on God. It is absolutely vital they face the Flame preferably in public on live TV so that others will not follow in there disgusting habits, however it must be Flame and not flame with which they are punished as flame is for less severe crimes such as blasphemy or adultery.
Debate Round No. 1
11edwarj

Con

I have a series of counter arguments to present regarding the arguments you have made.

1. It is vital to point out the fact that the scourge of heresy has not yet become a crime due to the legislature currently being being occupied by the enemies of God. I must say, I have send around 300 emails to my local MP, denouncing him for his heretical practice demanding he renounce thence and propose a bill to make the crime of heresy an illegal offense. For evidence, see the following: http://www.alamy.com...

2. Witchcraft as well as the carrying out war with the God are not worse than heresy. All crimes against the lord are equally bad and shall be punished as such. We much understand that while witchcraft and heresy are different in terms of content and effect. Bewitching is estimated to cost the UK 1998872 Billion Burundian franc in revenues to the crown, which even outweigh the benefits from the 'Schmuckus' industry from my friend Beigel Bill and his wife John Johns.

3. I am shocked by your failure to consider the tremendous negative effects upon her majesty's treasury of the existence of heresy. I shall engage in the floccinaucinihilipilification of such by pointing out the threefold growth in the Lohmaju industry, particularly that of Mehmet's Meals, a family run Kebab shop in lovely Cleethorpes, in addition to Yigit's Yums in Great Grimsby. I will provide some evidences of said fact: https://www.politico.eu..., https://www.shutterstock.com..., http://www.alamy.com..., https://www.oddee.com....
sssb

Pro

To not believe in God is the greatest sin, you will burn in hell anyway so you should burn here, death by Flame.

I'd implore you to consider the effect of only killing with the flame, it does not sound as horrific and dramatic as Flame.

http://www.badnewsaboutchristianity.com... - this will happen to any heretic (although individually for greater effect over the weak-minded population
Debate Round No. 2
11edwarj

Con

The fact that the particular persons and or persons posts particular content emanating from a particular source one may refer to as "badnewsaboutchristianity" shows that they/them/he/her is that equal to a disbeliever.

Cease.

Chancery.
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Posted by 11edwarj 3 years ago
11edwarj
Yes.
Posted by Telsa 3 years ago
Telsa
Well lets just roll back to the dark ages.
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