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  1. AgnosticBoy

    My argument for polygamy being moral

    There are two ways that I can show that God wanted polygamy. One is in terms of His law, and the other is in terms of His actions toward polygamists. In terms of law, God's law contained several rules that regulated the practice of polygamy. If polygamy were wrong, then God would forbid such...
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    Transgender girls and women's sports

    I can understand that there's an ideology that wants things to be equal, even genders, but we have to square that ideology with biology, or really, nature overall. If we inform ourselves with biology, and not just ideology, then I would say that it is unfair for transgendered girls to compete...
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    Transgender girls and women's sports

    Should transgendered girls be allowed to compete in women's sports?
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    Atheist vs Agnostic: Why Agnostics reject the atheist label

    Why do Agnostics reject the atheist label? Many atheists get annoyed with agnostics who decline to call themselves atheists while also claiming not to believe in God's existence. There have been many online debates on this issue. Lately, it...
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    Atheist vs Agnostic: Why Agnostics reject the atheist label

    Why do Agnostics reject the atheist label? Many atheists get annoyed with agnostics who decline to call themselves atheists while also claiming not to believe in God's existence. There have been many online debates on this issue. Lately, it seems that some atheists have given up on trying to...
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    What is Agnosticism?

    What is Agnosticism? When you look up agnostic or agnosticism in the dictionary, you will most likely find reference to what these words meant in ancient Greek language. However, if you look into Huxley's writings, you'll find a different...
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    What is Agnosticism?

    What is Agnosticism? When you look up agnostic or agnosticism in the dictionary, you will most likely find reference to what these words meant in ancient Greek language. However, if you look into Huxley's writings, you'll find a different picture, one that describes agnosticism as a principle...
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    What do agnostics, independents, and other like-minded people have in common?

    If anything could be called the spirit of agnosticism, it would probably be the dislike and rejection of dogmatic behavior. When atheists act overly skeptical and pretend as if there is no good to religion, and that science and/or atheism can provide all of the answers, then this keeps many...
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    Do objective morals exists?

    My position is that we don't know if objective morals exists. No one has proven it. There are two or three reasons why I am uncertain about objective morality. 1. Different cultures have different morals. If morality was meant to be objective, then why are there so many different moral...
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    Do objective morals exists?

    For debate: Do objective morals exist?
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    God's moral law: is it relative or absolute?

    Was God's moral law meant to be absolute, as in being universally valid (across all time, places, and people) or is it relative in that it only applied to a certain time, place, or people?
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    God's moral law: is it relative or absolute?

    My view is that some laws were relative and some ways to determine that is by looking at the rationale for the law and going by what the Bible itself says about it. For instance, the Bible itself tells us that the dietary laws no longer apply. Some may say that the laws on slavery no longer...
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    Trump's Second Impeachment

    President Trump is acquitted, and my response to that is good! My response is not based on my thinking that he is innocent of any or all crimes, but rather it's based on my disagreement with the LACK of good standards involved in impeaching a president or any member of Congress for that matter...
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    Trump's Second Impeachment

    According to a report from Reuters: Why couldn't this have been done BEFORE impeachment?
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    Why Debate?

    I used to watch old Kung Fu movies with a relative when I was a young child. I noticed how the main character was confident in his fighting style and went around challenging others. Well, I feel that way towards debating. In an intellectual context (as opposed to a fight), a person's...
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    Reasons why posts and/or threads go unread??

    A member brought up "TLDR" (too long, didn't read). I can admit that I've been guilty of not fully reading posts that are too long, especially when it's the topic posts. I'm also not a fan of long paragraphs involving a huge chunk of text with little to no white space. Posts involving such...
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    Reasons why posts and/or threads go unread??

    If you frequent websites that involve discussion, then you've probably experienced that there are some posts and/or threads that get more attention than others. Some threads or posts may get read but not completely. For Discussion... What are some reasons why some people would not read a...
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    Did Huxley intend for agnosticism to be a position of uncertainty?

    In my view, Huxley did not intend for agnosticism to be a position of uncertainty. Instead, agnosticism was a principle that involved being scientifically-minded. It resulted in a uncertainty for him, but he did not consider his conclusion to be representative nor necessary of all agnostics...