Christians, do you believe that I will go to hell because I do not believe in your god?

I’m a Hindu.

 

SecretAgent Asked on June 25, 2015 in Society & Culture.
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Christianity and Hinduism are both false. Christians believe that almighty God, the omnipotent creator and ruler of the Universe lived in the womb of a woman for 9 months, was born into the Earth, got circumcised on the 8th day and then got crucified for their sins and Hindus worship manmade idols that can’t even move. Both Christians and Hindus will go to hell, only Muslims will go to heaven. Also, the Quran is scientifically accurate whereas the Bible and the Vedas are full of errors. And don’t talk about terrorism because Christians killed 200 million in the name of God in the last 2000 years and Hindus have a 5000 year history of widow burning. Also, Christians invented machine guns, rifles, tanks, warplanes, war helicopters, grenades, nukes and concentration camps.

Screwtape Answered on August 20, 2015.
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I am a Christian and I will tell you many Christians mistakenly believe that, but it is not what the Bible teaches. You are not forgiven of your sins (your bad Karma), but you also have good deeds(good karma). God will judge you based on your good and bad deeds, just like the Bible teaches, and determine heaven or damnation. Christianity offers forgiveness for bad deeds, therefore a guarantee of heaven if you are genuine and sincere. You need to be aware that you are judged on how well you live up to God’s standards of conduct, and not how well you live up to your own personal standards. There are many different kinds of Hindus. Some Hindus know the statues are not God, and some actually worship statues as gods. Some Hindus believe in one God with 10,000 faces, some believe in one chief God with other demi-gods, much the same as Christians believe in one God with angels, demons, and saints. Depending on your beliefs, you may or may not be offending God. Do you lust after married people? Adultery is a sin and so is to fantasize about committing a sin. It doesn’t matter if your culture thinks it is okay. This is what I mean about living up to God’s standards. All religions have some basic truths. Some have more truth than others.

Cookie Answered on August 20, 2015.
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I personally do not believe you will go to hell. I’m a christian and I think its a ridiculous notion that someone should go to hell for believing something different. The way I look at it is there are two children that are polar opposites. One a perfect child that could do no wrong, the other a terrible child that does nothing but wrong. If both these children are in some sort of danger you aren’t going to just save the one and let the other get hurt because they were “bad”. I feel that God is the same way. He isn’t going to send someone to hell just because they don’t believe in him. Which this is all a loose comparison, I don’t want to offend your beliefs by calling them “Bad”. They aren’t bad at all, its wonderful that you have something to believe in and I respect your choices even if they differ from my own. I know I have no evidence to back up my ideas but honestly you can find any quote that says one thing from the bible and then just disprove it on the next page. Its how you interpret what it says, not to take literary in all cases. Again all just beliefs I have.

CastBound Answered on August 20, 2015.
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