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If people are born into the world with sin, is it good for Christians to keep reproducing?
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vieraldi
Aug 17, 2011
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againstthecurrents
Aug 17, 2011
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sure, why not.

 
anon7
Aug 22, 2011
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A fallacious argument, as Christians it is the duty to raise up children to be Christian ergo, forgiven of sin as adults.



 
againstthecurrents
Aug 17, 2011
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well its hard to answer or provide evidence. how can i provide evidence? should we have a control group of christians cross denominaitonal and allow some to reproduce and not others? and it doesnt say if people who are born into the world with sin are christians, or, if that is a christian belief alone. it could be ethical "are we all capable of evil" etc. I mean...........why shouldn't they?

 
againstthecurrents
Aug 17, 2011
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My question is.... what is the question.


 
jonjax71
Aug 18, 2011
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No one including xtians are born into "original" or any other sin. I am not perfect, I commit errors and have hurt people over my 61 years on the floating oblate landmass, but I do not sin, a Greek archery term for missing the bull's eye

 
againstthecurrents
Aug 18, 2011
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I gave you a convinced lol

 
jonjax71
Aug 18, 2011
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This person posted a whole bunch of specifically anti-Christian debates
I assume you refer to the cretor of this debate

I don't have a problem with anyone else taking issue with the Christian faith
You mean Christians faiths, there is no singular belief within Christianity or even within faiths

 
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teachme
Aug 17, 2011
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...Why?

You know, it's funny, AC...I'm glad to see you back on here...because I normally appreciate your arguments and the debates you post, but this time I have to wonder. I have to assume you posted this, and am trying to understand the value or purpose of this debate. I mean, is there an argument? It's like you have to answer the question with a question: "How would we know otherwise?"

What's ironic, is that I just finished reading your comment in the "The 1960s Rebellions/Protests/Civil Unrests" battle: "Looks to me like you provided more evidence. People don't vote by who won the debate, they vote on their personal beliefs. Not the point of the website."

Is that what you have done here, perhaps? You provide no evidence...you simply say, "Sure, why not," and then you vote for your own personal belief...lol You didn't even wait for anyone else to argue for the other side.

 
againstthecurrents
Aug 17, 2011
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I also take the challenges more seriously, I mean, I wouldnt accept this as a challenge in the first place ;)

 
teachme
Aug 17, 2011
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Yes, of course, all humans are capable of evil...and who's saying (or proposing) that we shouldn't be born? Is this a belief you dredged up from the Bible? Or is it just something you, personally, are questioning, based on your own beliefs? ...Sorry, but I just don't get it.

 
againstthecurrents
Aug 18, 2011
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Want to know the truth?

This person posted a whole bunch of specifically anti-Christian debates. Now, I don't have a problem with anyone else taking issue with the Christian faith, that's their choice. What I find... juvinile?.. is hiding such a belief behind obviously biased debate structures. Just come out and say Christians suck, fine, we'll debate it, but I'm not wasting time talking about the "what ifs" of a flawed question.

 
againstthecurrents
Aug 18, 2011
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you are not correcting me, you are just expanding my previous statement,
beyond all of this,
what is your point?

 


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