God and Santa
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Please demonstrate how the two concepts are the same.
Believing in Santa Claus is likened to the belief in God.
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So the claim about Santa is that he gives presents to children. How is this not disproven with the proof of parents actually doing it?
I'll pose this question to you and it's quite simple and direct. Has Santa been proven to be false according to the claim?
Improving your arguments and presentation thereof.
It'll help in what sir or ma'am?
This will help you a lot:
I lazily assumed the topic was a typo of God and Satan
As per the description, all pro needs to do is demonstrate that believing in Santa Claus is likened to the belief in God.
He came from DDO and that is why he uses the description as A1. However it is curious that he did not make any clear arguments.
A chickenshyte tactic.
He is probably waiving.
Mall's round 1 reiterates the description, but the description asks for "how" the one subject is likened to the other. I see no "how." Argument failure. Need a better argument than reiteration.