...do you think that atheists are already in Hell?
I'm happy to say that I live my life as separated from "God" as I possibly can, and if this is Hell - it's fine with me! I'm even okay with the idea of eternal "nothingness" after death, since it is all simply part of the natural cycle of life. You live, you die, that's it. No big deal.
So, if the worst that's going to happen is that I'll continue to live my life freely and happily without "God", and then just die with nothing beyond that as I expect... then why on earth would I ever want to be "saved"?
Oh, and if you try to tell me that I can't possibly understand until I experience "God's" love... well, I was a Christian for the first half of my life, and once believed as strongly as anyone you'll ever meet, so that argument just isn't going to work.
Answer by KristiS11384 at 11:53 PM on Jun. 1, 2011
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They just hire better writers.
Proof my kid watches too much iCarly...I'm imagining the writers spying on God, Inc
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