Which is which?
Christian can pick and choose which one “they’d hope” to be the one.That comes down to a theological argument. And its still not like it’s any clear cut answer
Organic, came down to popularity? . So it would also still amount to “cherry picking“, then basically?
That’s what makes it seem crazy, to me, that by today, believers have been taught to put so much emphasis on what they read within their bible, that they’ll even see it as making the difference between their ability to either gain a place in heaven,or hell
They see it like as if its already a forgone conclusion (IE:without a doubt)
I’d hazard to guess, that perhaps the conclusions are not even half as cut and dried as they’d like to think it might be. For a start, what kind of deity would ever be likely to decide to send human to either heaven or hell anyway, when the truth of the matter is that nobody really can quite understand “exactly whats what”
Human are forced to need to try to guess whats what
Just like what they were also forced to need to be doing,as well too, even way back in these ancient times, so long ago
It still amounted to guess work. History seems to show, that there was never any real certainty , even way back in those time long ago
Today, the modern day Christian are not even inclined to question. Or even to act “somewhat uncertain”
That’s why whenever i see Christians stating that “Jesus is the only one way to achieve salvation”, i find myself questioning this statement. It certainly sounds terribly bigoted.What if those Christian would be wrong?. And what if “those statement” have in fact also helped to cause a whole lot of bitterness strife and hate and unhappiness . Even murder. And suicide
Who will be the ones going to heaven or hell then?
This is the crazy thing about religion. There is nobody who can know for sure. Is there. And yet, there are plenty who’ll believe in a God , who’s depicted as being so overly concerned with “appeasing his own ego” to have nagging-need to be “the one and only God who’s being worshiped” , that he’ll even quite happily still send a large number of human being to hell even if they’d merely have big trouble with trying to decipher, and to-know “exactly whats what”
Due to the “subjective nature” of faith belief
I’d say there’d be a fairly good chance that there’d be nobody who would go to hell. Or to heaven either. Fairly good chance, that “the nearest to either a-heaven or a-hell,that the human could ever hope to experience, could be gauged by “whatever’s been happening” to the-humans, within their lives, right here on this earth
That would gauge the reality of their experience
Which of course makes the separation and excommunication and all the bickering and squabbling, and the killing, over “many different faith belief”,all seem to be mighty pointless
Wouldn’t that be terrible
Terrible thought and yet certainly not impossible
What if, by trying to gain a place in an eternity for themselves, the human would have unwittingly sacrificed their option of enjoyment of the “one shot” at life that they’d ever had
And so by “wanting-far-more” they’d actually in fact managed to have only gained themselves way-far-less
How about that?
By “wanting more” they’d have been delivered far less
How about that thought then?
They way i see human “roll in life”, it certainly wouldn’t be inclined to surprise me “all that much”
It wouldn’t surprise me
Look all around us. Greed seem to kind of be like second nature to human. Doesn’t it?. They “want more” so-often and so much so, that they even couldn’t-care less about what the “long term cost” of all that “wanting” might turn out to be. Its like as if they couldn’t care less. Don’t even care less either, should the long term cost need to be paid-for by their own children either
Couldn’t even care less if “its the animal who’ll be caused to suffer” most of all, as well
No … they simply don’t care
They see the universes as if its been purposely created for themselves (IE: so who’d bother to give a f**k about anything/anyone else)
They want more. They expect to have more. They don’t care less to even stop to think about “what the cost”,of that “wanting”,would be
I cannot see how the human can say that “they’d deserve” to have a life-eternal. Can you?. When the reality is, that the human cannot even first of all learn how to cherish this life, that they do have here on earth,”more decently” than what they’d presently care to bother to be doing
They don’t care to focus on that
That isn’t enough
They’d want more
They demand to have more
Any less ,”than more”, wont ever be anywhere near good-enough