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Debate Score:48
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Christians,

So in the bible (book of Genesis) it says that man was made from dirt; woman made from a rib bone. This means that the bible is incorrect.

Also, in verses 2 Kings 2:23-4 it says that God sent 2 bears to brutally murder 42 innocent children for calling someone 'baldhead'. This means that the bible is immoral.

Explain yourselves. 

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5 points

You only picked two? I can name dozens, hundreds, maybe even a thousand. Heres a few more:

The earth isnt flat

Its not less than 10,000 years old let alone less than a billion

The world never flooded

Two animals of one species of each gender is not enough to create a growing population

Someone cant spontaneously turn into a salt pillar

The blind dont spontaneously see again

Something more dense than water cannot move across the surface of water

The dead dont rise

Clouds dont descend to near sea level and cannot be ridden into the sky (same as walking on water, more dense=not able to stay on top).

Now for immorality:

God commands the sacking of numerous cities

God kills his own son

God commands rape of women

God condones slavery and beating slaves

God is demeaning to women

God slaughtered whole civilization of Baal worshippers

God killed every first born in Egypt

God commanded killing of whole city population without a "mark"

God commanded the killing of "the old men, the young men, women and little children"

God flooded the earth killing the entire human population except for a handfull

God sends thousands if not millions of souls to an eternal flaming torture pit for the crime of just not believing in him.

And the list goes on....

Side: Okay
SovietSpy(709) Disputed
1 point

Well, I guess we know what he thinks of Christianity and its people

Side: No
Facadeon(510) Clarified
1 point

Why the dispute?

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1 point

You only picked two?

Was too lazy to post more examples. XD Also partly because Christians would avoid it or whatever.

But thanks for supporting my debate with this wall of death.

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Eyyy it's what I do :). .

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Srom(12201) Disputed
1 point

And where is your Bible verses that state all of theses things because I would like to look it up.

Side: No
2 points

You're a terrible Christian if you don't remember famous stories like Jesus coming back from the dead or walking on water. I haven't been a Christian for years and years and I still remember those stories... how can you not remember them, obsessive Christian boy you are?

To save Ave some time (he'd have to link half the Holy Bible to you to adequately display all the incorrect or immoral things in there) why don't you just pick up a copy and start reading on page 1?

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AveSatanas(4426) Disputed
1 point

The entire old testament. Then the NT sacrifice, crucifixion, life of Jesus, ect.

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kozlov(1753) Disputed
0 points

God did not kill the First Born in Egypt. Pay attention in Church ;)

Side: No
AveSatanas(4426) Disputed
2 points

    And at midnight the LORD killed all the firstborn sons in the land of Egypt, from the firstborn son of Pharaoh, who sat on the throne, to the firstborn son of the captive in the dungeon. Even the firstborn of their livestock were killed.  Pharaoh and his officials and all the people of Egypt woke up during the night, and loud wailing was heard throughout the land of Egypt. There was not a single house where someone had not died.  (Exodus 12:29-30 NLT)

YOU pay attention in church dumbass. I'm a satanist and I know more than you. I don't even GO to church.

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1 point

I don't really get why you think the Bible is wrong. Adam was created from the earth by God, then later he took a rib bone from Adam and created Eve out of it. What wrong is there?

The following came from the Institute for Creation Research (they explain it better than I could):

2:24 cursed them. Elisha did not curse “little children,” as the King James Version translates the phrase (II Kings 2:23). The Hebrew expression frequently connotes young, unmarried men of any age up to about thirty. This was evidently a gang of young hoodlums, instigated by the heathen priests of Baal to ridicule Elijah’s successor. The jeering exhortation to “go up, thou baldhead” (II Kings 2:23) was both a sarcastic reference to Elijah’s supposed ascension (which they disbelieved) and a personal insult to God’s chosen prophet. This challenge to Jehovah and the authority of His prophet could not be excused, so God made good on a warning issued long before: “And if ye walk contrary unto me, and will not hearken unto me;...I will also send wild beasts among you, which shall rob you of your children” (Leviticus 26:21-22).

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Facadeon(510) Disputed
3 points

Stupid christian is stupid.

I don't really get why you think the Bible is wrong. Adam was created from the earth by God, then later he took a rib bone from Adam and created Eve out of it. What wrong is there?

We were not made of dirt, and women were not made of a man's rib bone.

You should be educated in biology enough to acknowledge this. If you aren't, go away. I don't want to talk to an individual who is unenlightened with this knowledge.

We share a common ancestry with apes, and we have the remnants of a tail located on our coccyx; evidence you can never refute.

2:24 cursed them. Elisha did not curse “little children,” as the King James Version translates the phrase (II Kings 2:23). The Hebrew expression frequently connotes young, unmarried men of any age up to about thirty.

Doesn't matter, they are still youthful human beings. And they wouldn't all be up to thirty, dumbass.

This was evidently a gang of young hoodlums, instigated by the heathen priests of Baal to ridicule Elijah’s successor.

Wow, that is just subjective opinion. You can't label a bunch of human beings a gang of hoodlums as a means to justify their brutal deaths.

The jeering exhortation to “go up, thou baldhead” (II Kings 2:23) was both a sarcastic reference to Elijah’s supposed ascension (which they disbelieved) and a personal insult to God’s chosen prophet.

GO UP, THOU BALDHEAD? Its vagueness speaks for itself. It definitely does not warrant death.

This challenge to Jehovah and the authority of His prophet could not be excused, so God made good on a warning issued long before: “And if ye walk contrary unto me, and will not hearken unto me;...I will also send wild beasts among you, which shall rob you of your children” (Leviticus 26:21-22).

Oh my fucking goodness. ROB YOU OF YOUR CHILDREN.

What a fucked up over-reacting God. XD

If Christians frown upon 'an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth' why doesn't God frown upon 'a half-assed insult for a brutal death by bears'.

The warning wasn't even directed at those youths.

Side: No
Scout143(651) Disputed
1 point

You believe what you believe, and I'll believe what I want. You disagree with I believe, and vice versa. Oh, well.

Side: Okay
1 point

Gods don't bear insults happily. They sulk, and get mad. They also like to make things up to get popularity :)

Side: Okay
1 point

What about the part where Jesus dies on the cross for our sins?

Side: Okay

There are some Bible verses that are dangerous and should be removed from the Bible.

Side: Okay
2 points

The Bible is right no matter what you say because I believe it's right because the Bible says it's right!

If you think I'm wrong, don't bother wasting your time explaining why because I won't listen.

What I WILL listen to is the sound of you screaming in HELL FOREVER.

NOW BURN YOU HEATHEN. BUUUUUUURRRRNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN

MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAOIUHDOAUISHDOIOU(@#WYRFUHESH(&E#Rghufiehbsdigy789rughij

Side: No

He's right .

Side: No
1 point

Amen!

Side: No