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Would anti-atheists go to heaven?
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Occasionally, I see someone who takes God's teachings a bit too far. I respect theists, and I'm atheist, but you have to wonder if cramming god's teachings into an atheist mind is respected by god. Anti-atheists usually insult atheists and repeatedly call them helpless. I haven't encountered a specific example recently, but do you guys think anti-atheists would go to heaven, or is their loathing enough to deny heaven? [For the sake of this philosophical idea, we'll assume God and heaven exist.]
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  1. Would an anti-atheist go to heaven?

    4 votes
    1. Of course; God loves everyone. Everyone goes to heaven.
      25.00%
    2. Of course; the atheists need to see the truth. Any non-believer won't get heaven.
      25.00%
    3. No; they're being too rude to deserve heaven.
      50.00%
    4. Heaven's unreachable. No one can get in.
        0.00%



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  • I'm going to start researching this. But what I do know is you basically have to allow Jesus/God to forgive your sins and try to not sin again. I'm reading a WikiHow, and it says a lot of acknowledging Jesus, but then Step 12 points to a quote, "Love thy neighbor as thyself". Considering Wrath is one of the 7 deadly sins, I think this is good advice. Lashing out just because I don't believe in Christ disrespects me, and probably considered a sin. If you continue insulting atheists, I think even Jesus has a limit. It also says to not break the Ten Commandments. I'll research other, better sites to see if an anti-atheist would be forgiven.

    Here's the WikiHow I found: https://www.wikihow.com/Get-to-Heaven-(Christianity)
  • PowerPikachu21 Depends on your religion.
  • @Nope We're referring to Christianity, mainly. But I think even in other religions, you have to be nice to non-believers. Any god would have some limit on apologies that could be empty.
  • PowerPikachu21 Thier are religions in which if you believe in go you go to heaven which sounds weird to me. Their are different types of Christians. Am not sure if it would actually make a different though.
  • I meant god not go. : )
  • @Nope There are a variety of theists; those who don't care about others' beliefs, those who would like others to see the light, and those who might go a little too far with their teachings. Except this debate is talking specifically about whether those who hate Atheists would go to heaven. Or whether heaven's reachable at all if you believe so.
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