Good question. I guess we'll have to ask Christ in the 1000 years
There is no eternal burning place of fiery torment owned by a demon. Hell, which in it's Hebrew words "Sheol" and "Hades" means "Resting Place"
Not to be confused with the Fiery Pit, which literally means eternal destruction, which the Bible foretells Satan will be "thrown into" (He'll undergo a process where his energy will become inert and inactive, basically)
There you go.
Another myth propagated by the Catholic Church, debunked in seconds. I'm happy to answer anything else.
Really the evidence is all around us. Its up to each individual to either accept or reject it. From the infinite complexity of all matter to the unique ability of humans to to learn and speak multiple languages.
The question is, are we willing to to respect the views of others when they disagree with our?
Thanks for my laugh for today - from the thread I least expect it from.
He died, but he really didn't. What kind of sacrifice is that? "For god so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son....."
He did? When? Where? How?
People saw him three days later. He was fine. I don't know what all the fuss was about. Smile