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Ideology:Progressive Education:Not Saying
Party:Undecided Ethnicity:Asian
Relationship:Single Income:Other
Interested:in Women Occupation:Student
Looking:Friendship, Networking Religion:Christian - Baptist
Beliefs:I believe in the Bible and what it has to say about the world. I think our culture is going backwards instead of moving forward in terms of how we should live our lives. The world says "Love your friends and make your enemies suffer" but the Bible says "Love your enemies as well as your friends"
Books:Bible, The Language of God, The New Answers, Percy Jackson and the Olympian series, Discover Magazine
Movies:Inception, Barefoot Dreams, The Other Guys, and etc.
Music:Dynamite by Taio Cruz, All the Christian songs, Maybe by Love Sick Puppies, and etc.
Quotes:"Love thy enemies as thy self"
"Faith without action is a dead faith"
"You are a servant of God"
"We are all immortals, but the difference is where we will be in the end"
Sports Teams:Baltimore Ravens, Boston Red Socks, Celtics, Patriots, and etc.
TV Shows:I do not have cable nor do I have anything hooked up to my TV that will broadcast sows :'(
High School:
Lexington High, Class of 2013
Lexington, Massachusetts, United States
3 Debates

It is reasonable to believe that God doesn't exist


Obvious resolution is obvious. In my humble opinion, the God/s of the Monotheistic Abrahamic religions doesn't/don't exist. I will argue that this position is more reasonable than the belief in God. My opponent, whoever it is, will argue that believing in God is the more reasonable position. They will NOT argue that Agnosticism is more reasonable than Atheism. My opponent will NOT post any argument in round one, they will simply accept and add any information they think n...

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The belief that aliens might exist is reasonable


Inspiration for instigating the debate comes from Tom's[1] debate on a similar topic. I possess the view that it is reasonable to believe that alien life might exist in the universe; beyond Earth, of course. The definition of alien life does not necessarily have to be too advanced. In point of fact, the definition applies to life similar to that which we have on our planet, namely plants, bacteria, animals, and so on. I will let my opponent accept the rules/definitions first, and we will s...

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Transcendental Argument for Gods' existence


I will be the Con, and seek to show that the TAG argument is flawed My opponent will be the Pro, and seek to defend the TAG and show that it is not flawed. The TAG argument is........... 1) If God doesn't exist, the laws of logic would not exist. 2) The laws of logic do exist. 3) Therefore, God exists. Definitions TAG = Transcendental Argument for God Abstract object - is an object which does not exist at any particular time or place, but rather exists as a type of thing (as...

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Win Ratio:33.33%
Elo Ranking:1,937
Forum Posts:1
Votes Cast:5
Opinion Arguments:0
Opinion Questions:0
Poll Votes:5
Poll Topics:0
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