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» Intelligent Design vs Darwinism - whats your two cents?
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Intelligent Design vs Darwinism - whats your two cents?
Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:00 pm by mbacolas
I beleive that either possibility exsists since there isnt sfficient evidence for either or

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The mormon Faith
Fri Jul 16, 2010 5:09 pm by mbacolas
Here is a video summarizing the mormon faith


I dont know if it is all true but the mormons sure dont like talking about it. Try taking to an online missionary and they dont seem to want to talk to me when i talk about that video. Interesting...

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Here's an old one
Sun Jun 27, 2010 10:32 pm by Spiritnova
What is love? Lol. I've had this discussion before actually, but I want to see what everyone else thinks.

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Debating: a "how to" (updated June 20, 2010)
Sat Jun 19, 2010 2:34 pm by Shynaku
This will be a brief overview of the proper way to handle a debate.

1. Format: First, it is important to let everyone know who and what you are addressing. If you are only responding to one person, mark which section you are responding to. This can be done a number of ways — such as an "in regard to..." or a "[topic]:" at the beginning of each new idea. If you are responding to …

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It all comes down to personal beliefs.
Sat Jun 19, 2010 2:38 pm by KageShadowlance
Why don't you ___BLANK____, why do you ___BLANK___.

The answer is because either you believe that it is wrong, or that it is not wrong.

Ultimately everything comes down to beliefs: Gay rights, abortion, vegetarianism, alien existence, human existence, the death penalty... The list goes on and on.

One of my strongest beliefs is that the biggest problem in the world today is a lack of respect. …

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To eat meat, or not to eat meat...that is the question?
Tue Jun 01, 2010 2:26 am by mbacolas
Our whole lives weve been rasied to eat flesh. Or as most ppl call it meat, but whatever you decide to call it, when it boils down to t its all flesh. I know the feeling of discomfort may come over you when you refer to your food as flesh, but make no mistake thats exactly what most people eat on a daily basis. Drumsticks, chicken breasts, chicken wings, chicken nuggets, chicken tenders, popcorn …

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Gay Rights
Fri May 28, 2010 7:47 pm by Shynaku
Let's start something dealing more with politics. This can be a general discussion of all gay rights, but I'll open with Gay Marriage.

I am in complete favor of equality of people, regardless of their sexual orientation. I put homophobia on the same level of ignorance and prejudice as racism and sexism. Statistics show them to be just as competent and no worse than straights, so why not let them …

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Cogito ergo sum
Thu May 27, 2010 7:12 pm by mbacolas
Cogito ergo sum (French: Je pense donc je suis; English: "I think, therefore I am"), often mistakenly stated as Dubito ergo cogito ergo sum (English: "I doubt, therefore I think, therefore I am"),[1] is a philosophical statement in Latin used by René Descartes, which became a fundamental element of Western philosophy. The simple meaning of the phrase is that if someone is …

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Dualism — should we accept it?
Thu May 27, 2010 10:37 pm by Shynaku
Let's define Dualism: The idea that the body and mind are two, distinct entities. Many things follow from acceptance of dualism, there seems to be a draw to the majesty of dualism, and it appears that the concept is something that is innate to humans; so, should we accept this idea?

My answer is: no. The consequences of accepting dualism are too many, the majesty quickly fades with scrutiny, and …

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