Instigator / Pro
7
1636
rating
55
debates
74.55%
won
Topic

The God of Christianity is Not Omnipotent

Status
Finished

All stages have been completed. The voting points distribution and the result are presented below.

Arguments points
3
3
Sources points
2
2
Spelling and grammar points
1
1
Conduct points
1
0

With 1 vote and 1 point ahead, the winner is ...

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Parameters
More details
Publication date
Last update date
Category
Religion
Time for argument
Two days
Voting system
Open voting
Voting period
One week
Point system
Four points
Rating mode
Rated
Characters per argument
10,000
Contender / Con
6
1519
rating
4
debates
50.0%
won
Description
~ 86 / 5,000

Omnipotent: Able to do anything.
Christian God: The God illustrated by the Bible books

Added:
Criterion
Pro
Tie
Con
Points
Better arguments
3 point(s)
Better sources
2 point(s)
Better spelling and grammar
1 point(s)
Better conduct
1 point(s)
Reason:

"This is not meant to be a personal attack on my opponent, though it may come across that way. But his arguments were not good at all. I trust the voters to use their discretion and decide who the winner is wisely."

There's multiple more examples in this debate where CON blatantly states that PRO's arguments were terrible and not good. You can't just state "this is not meant to be a personal attack".

Here, let me provide examples. You are a bank manager and a robber comes in. The robber says "Sorry dude, this ain't a robbery, even though it seems like it is." Then, he proceeds to rob you and take your money. Absurd ain't it?