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G.Bisvas, a way to better debate would be...

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Submitted by Saladin (United States), Jul 25, 2006 at 00:43

actually a debate can take place only when you listen to the other point of view with an open mind.

if you keep repeating the same things over and over again, it only shows that you have a closed mind and the things trapped inside just keep going round and round.

it is very good that you believe in revelation(s).

Quran also says that all nations have been sent prophets and they brought revealation from God.

don't be a polytheist, there is only one God.

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