24.5.07

I ...

... have a question. This is because I have unreasonable amounts of time at work to do nothing in but think and play DF, but my frustrations at 'work' are of a different nature ... okay. Question.

Would a really, really, really good christian, like, a world athlete christian, one that could pray for Scotland, should he/she not want that God did not exist?

Think about it: if God is real, the bible is true from cover to cover, and heaven and hell exist that means that an awesome number of people, myself included, are totally doomed. But, according to the bible, there is such a thing as Loving Thy Neighbour As Thyself, so a really good christian would love us, the damned, too. So, he/she would feel very bad about us going to hell, somuch so even, that he/she would like our fate not to happen. Or, so much so, that he/she would feel really bad for us for eternity in heaven.

Now, a bad christian would gloat over the fact that he/she got into heaven and we can't, so, that being a sign of pride he/she would get kicked out immediately thus defeating his/her own smugness.

Gosh, it's all so very complicated ...

2 comments:

Spike said...

This is why they invented the line "forgive me father, for I have sinned". They can do pretty much everything they want, AND get away with it. Pretty clever, I must admit.

Anonymous said...

We should have thought of that ...