But people want something to believe in, something better after this life has ended. That's why people were so easily trusting in Jesus. People followed him and he did miracles that further brought them in. Soon it was close to a cult just like today. People are very trusting and will do anything for a better afterlife.
Then there is the Hell situation. If there is going to be wonderful afterlife for all who do good well there better be one for all who do bad. That is the incentive they try to put on you to do good. So now you have two choices. To do good and go to heaven or be so called bad and rot in hell for eternity, which one would you do and you were brought up from a child to believe in god and do the good that Jesus has taught us?
For as long as the thought of hell has been around people have speculated how hell really is. I don't think hell is like the book described it. I think the souls that were rejected from heaven are sent to a place to pay for their judgments in life. But truthfully I do not know or even want to speculate what hell is like. No one does and I hope I'm not one of them to find out.
Mr. Van Hoose I do believe in God and heaven and hell, but I do think some people get to worked up. What if by a small chance there isn't a God or heaven or hell and everyone lives their lives off a false belief and the world was created by the big bang theory and humans were formed out of evolution which science might be able to prove in the future. Then what? This country was founded on the belief in God. How might that change the way we think and act in the America or conflicts with othe [continues]
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