God Exists Le Sixième
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As a proponent you are declaring the statement of a god existence to be true. This debate will request that you provide evidence of this claim. The proof have to be verifiable and cannot be based on faith. A "prove he does not exists" will not be accepted as the basis of the debate is validation of a claim and not invalidation of a claim.
This person will provide their reasoning for not accepting the claim and reasoning for not accepting the claim. The focus of this person is to provide understandable reasons for not believing in the existence of a god.|
This person is one who believes in the exitance of a god
I've proposed multiple debates on this topic and have found it difficult. It appears opponents want to use somewhat non explicit or indirect techniques for proof. I would like opponents to evaluate my claim and point out what is wrong with it.
As it appears opponents want to write out all the explanations of support for a god - I'll let them this time. But I will most likely only focus on one point at a time as evaluating multiple points is a somewhat more complicated activity.
I would prefer that opponents stay away from philosophical statements for their validation but appears they heavily focus on this style of communication.
As there are not that many rounds allowed on Debate Art - the debate may flow into continual debates
--> I have performed the activity of requesting god to show himself to me
Note: I have had people indicate that you can't say if someone that you know exists and you perform the same experiment and they don't respond and do not reply that they do not exist.
Now the experiment is what has to be understood - if attempted the exact same experiment which presumes that the recipient is all powerful and can hear me then coming to same results is valid.
This is somewhat a hypothetical - i.e. - your experiment does not prove one way or the other - but it was an experiment based on the supplied information that presents possibilities (based on the experiment).
"If man insists on externalizing his true self in the form of "God," then why fear his true self, in fearing "God,"—why praise his true self in praising "God,"—why remain externalized from "God" in order to engage in ritual and religious ceremony in his name?Man needs ritual and dogma, but no law states that an externalized god is necessary in order to engage in ritual and ceremony performed in a god's name! Could it be that when he closes the gap between himself and his "God" he sees the demon of pride creeping forth—that very embodiment of Lucifer appearing in his midst?"
--> can you explain why this would make them a god?