RE Debate
Updated: 5/15/2020
RE Debate
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A thiest, athiest and agnostic argue other whether God exists.

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  • No. God surely can't exist. I reckon we are all here by pure chance; nothing to do with God.
  • To be honest, I do believe in a God, but I'm not sure which one.
  • You guys don't believe in God? I'm a Christian. Haven't you heard of the miracles at Lourdes?
  • I have, but I believe science will eventually find an explanation, like they will for everything God allegedly created.
  • What's the First Cause Argument?
  • Well, you're entitled to your opinion but just think about this: there have been so many miracles, that some of them must be true.
  • It is the theory that everything in the universe has a cause, but there has to be an uncaused cause at the start, which is God.
  • The miracles at Lourdes are a strong argument, but I always think about the First Cause Argument.
  • Why does God have to be the original causer? It could be something completely different.
  • You have a point...but God is the only imaginable 'uncaused causer' for me.
  • I don't think God exists because He is said to have made all men equal in Sikhism, but it is clear that not all humans are equal.
  • This is also incorrect because Siddhartha Gautama, the founder of Buddhism saw four sights; and old man, a sick man, a dead man, and a holy man. With the first three, he says that all life has suffering.
  • This is incorrect because God may not mean 'equal' in terms of wealth, but he could mean 'equal' in terms of free will, which God gave everyone.
  • You have some good points, but I am still sure that God doesn't exist.
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