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Yes. No.
Debate Score:28
Arguments:33
Total Votes:28
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Do you beluieve in a God or goddess?

Yes.

Side Score: 14
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No.

Side Score: 14

Yes I do in Buddha and Christ not sure about any more idols;To be honest,there's no harm if we believe in a God/Goddess certainly just as we wish .

Side: Yes.
flewk(1192) Clarified
1 point

Buddha is not a god or even a deity. Not sure why you would believe in him. Maybe you meant that you believe in his teachings?

Side: Yes.
Amritangshu(892) Disputed
1 point

Well there's a massive statue at a place probably called Sarnath and Bodh Gaya in India,another was a 165-feet tall ,demolished in Afghanistan so you can conclude that Buddha is a God whose teachings are advocated by most.

Side: No.
1 point

Yes, I believe in Jesus Christ.

Side: Yes.
1 point

What about the other guy. C. C.

Side: Yes.

Yes, I believe in God. An almighty creator whom I shall forever serve.

Side: Yes.

I kind of think of myself as a God. I am the supreme power in my life, no one can affect my happiness as much as myself. But other than my self-worship, I have been thinking about converting to Greek Paganism, mostly for the great heroes and interesting deities.

Side: Yes.
1 point

Those Greek pansies would fall before the might of Odin the All Father.

Side: No.
nobodyknows(745) Disputed
1 point

Well from what I know about the ancient Greek's (Interpretatio graeca) I would expect them to assimilate Norse mythology into their own. Therefore, I now interpret your Odin as just another name for Zeus and Thor is Hephaestus and Loki is Hades.

Side: Yes.
2 points

It would be interesting to count how many debates there have been on CD on the qualities and existence of God, Jesus,etc etc etc....?.

It never ends and always comes down to the wire on whether participants are theist/atheist/agnostic

For those who believe and have faith then best of luck

For me I really do not care as long as those who do believe do not inflict their beliefs on those who do not.

So lets all agree to disagree and I'll take my road and you can take your road and I will happily arrive at my destiny without you.

I weary of how many times we have to endure a Religious/God debate on this site so this is the last time I will enter a comment on this subject.

Side: No.
1 point

That is why I asked this question. . :)

Side: No.
1 point

I don't. Everything has a natural cause that doesn't need a supernatural being to explain.

Side: No.
flewk(1192) Disputed
1 point

Everything has a natural cause

Impossible. You are assuming everything is naturally causal. That is impossible logically because it would require a first cause. You don't need superstition to explain a first cause, but assuming causality does not work.

Side: Yes.
Amarel(4987) Disputed
1 point

To assume causality does not work is unreasonable. To assume that things happen without cause (or without reason hence the unreasonableness of the position) is to stop short the pursuit of knowledge of a given phenomenon. This has the same effect as a belief in god.

Side: No.
Cartman(18192) Disputed
1 point

I don't see a problem with a first cause coming about naturally. You have not provided any reason why the first cause has to be the result of a god. You saying it is impossible doesn't really demonstrate anything. What logic are you using?

Side: No.
1 point

You have every right to be whatever you are. I respect you. Atheist or agnostic?

Side: No.
Atrag(5445) Disputed
2 points

You have every right to be whatever you are.

Except voting against gay marriage because that is not allowed ;)

Side: Yes.
1 point

I see myself as agnostic.

Side: No.

No, just look up absurdism. I believe that people, as part of their innate survival mechanism, desire to have or be a part of something greater than what is around them; it gives them purpose and hope in this painful life that seems to lack it.

Side: No.