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I can write back to my opponent in 72 hours after his talk or less

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I did it so far!...

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Thomas Aquinas' Unmoved Mover is a Bad argument for God

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TheUnexaminedLife

To whomever it may concern: hello. I am of the understanding that Thomas Aquinas' Unmoved Mover is a Bad argument for God for a number of reasons including the fact that it doesn't seem to support God and that it is fallacious and ill conceived at best. This is the argument I'm using so don't accept this if you won't defend it: 1. "Something" exists 2. This something either: a) Caused itself to exist b) Was caused by another c) Has always existed 3. Nothing can cause itself to exi...

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JoJo part 5 is the best

anc2006
Keplor

Rules of this debate: 1: no trolling, No convincingperson 2: You must choose another part to counter in order to give example. Because I am saying part 5 is the best, You must give me a complete part that is better than part 5. 3: no swearing in any form except for quotes. 4: No fandom comments or non-canon changes. Everything here is canon. No Jorge Joestar. 5: Go away if you are a partskipper....

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The egg came first.

Keplor
anc2006

I know that I am not the first to ask this segregating and controversial question, But in this debate, I plan to settle this rational inquiry once and for all. When it comes right down to it, I believe this argument to be more semantic than historical, Yet brings to light some of the deepest philosophical questions human kind has yet to ask. Obviously, It's the egg. I'd like to see what kind of eggs-planation anyone could possibly muster up to assert something so egg-gregious as to believe other...

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Is religion irrational? Continuation

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Keplor

Continuation of Is religion irrational? Debate, That was unfinished. If anyone votes, I'd appreciate it, If you read the earlier debate that was unfinished, Before voting on this one. Some parts of this debate are related to the previous one. Facts exist yah, But I maintain that one's belief in God 'is a subjective and personal experience. I 'don't need to prove God's existence. Only why it can be a rational belief. Whether a belief is rational or not, Does not depend on whether it is...

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