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Dec 29, 2018

In my mind I know I deserve going to heaven, and if I don't then it's gods fault for not letting me in and I'll hold it against him forever while my ass gets roasted on a stake in hell.

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Dec 29, 2018

I think fit will be a significant factor.

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Dec 29, 2018

About 4 years ago I had an internship selling Deutsche Bank derivatives. Definitely going to hell.

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Dec 29, 2018

HAHA

Dec 30, 2018

May the Lord Have Mercy on You Mate

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Dec 30, 2018
famejranc:

if you die today? Let's think about this hypothetically and not focus on whether each of these places exists. Discus.

I have no idea how to define it then. I generally help people when I have the chance and "do the right thing" because I was raised correctly, but I'm also greedy, grouchy, hedonistic, don't go to church, and don't believe in god. If good works is enough, I'm in. If belief and acting on that belief is the barometer, I'm fucked.

Dec 31, 2018
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famejranc:

if you die today? Let's think about this hypothetically and not focus on whether each of these places exists. Discus.

I have no idea how to define it then. I generally help people when I have the chance and "do the right thing" because I was raised correctly, but I'm also greedy, grouchy, hedonistic, don't go to church, and don't believe in god. If good works is enough, I'm in. If belief and acting on that belief is the barometer, I'm fucked.

Wait, good works, but don't believe God even exists?? My mind just did a split and two backflips.

And everyone knows God exists, people are just in denial. The whole image of God is a known made up tale because people want something familiar to look at. But even when you watch Star Wars, The Force is basically like an omnipotent being.

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Dec 30, 2018

Lol. How can anyone possibly have a view if they don't believe such places exist? If they don't believe or are unsure if heaven and hell exist, how can they have a belief about what is necessary for salvation or damnation and what their destination will be?

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Dec 30, 2018

Im going to go to purgatory and haunt you all as a poltergeist.

Dec 30, 2018

Hell. That's where the party's at.

Dec 31, 2018

I'm no longer religious, but one thing I think is worth taking away is, "We all fall short." Another way to phrase the question is, who do you think is fully worthy, both in actions and beliefs, to get into Heaven? If I were God and that standard was my barometer... I dunno, Heaven would be a tough place to get into. There would be like 5 people there - Fred Rogers, John Wooden, Shirley Horn? If you dig deep enough into people's thoughts and actions, there are things we would never like to be replayed in front of ourselves. Thus the burden is to be conscious in the present and "act as if."

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Dec 31, 2018

Okay ... John Wooden .... so having a drug dealer pay your way to heaven works?

Dec 31, 2018

This line of thought is one of the reasons Catholics believe in Purgatory. Essentially, those who believed in God, who tried to do His will, and died without grave sin on their soul, but who were not nearly perfect, would go to a place that purified their soul and removed their attachment to sin.

Dec 31, 2018

90% confident already in hell

Cultivating mass and wealth since '95

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Jan 1, 2019

I heard jehovah's witnesses say only 144,000 slots in heaven are available. Given the level of competition vs the number of spots available, does anyone have any case studies?

I'm in a difficult spot since my denomination used to be a target denominations (think Episcopalian, Presbyterian) but have no idea where I stand since the post modern sjw's took the reins.

Btw, any thoughts on where semi-targets stand (Methodists, affluent Baptistsin markets such as Atlanta, Charlotte, dallas)?

Do high earning evangelicals who attend contemporary services fall in the semi-target or non-target bucket?

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Jan 2, 2019
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