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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMajestic View Post
    If you're a born again Christian you do fear The Wrath of God.


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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    I find the prevalent christian notion that hell is a place of 'punishment for sin' distasteful and dumb.

    But I don't think that accounts for every notion of hell. I think it's fair to say that hell is an idea about extreme states of human misery, and judge its fearfulness and worth from there.

    Quote Originally Posted by LeicsDom View Post
    How can you be afraid of something that doesn't exist??
    Amongst the *most* common, and most terrifying, of our fears are those things that don't exist.
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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Is there a place worse than hell? Cuz I don't think me going to hell will stop me from fucking with guys. Not unless the devil is okay with it.

    Seriously, though. I was afraid at first. I'd say I thought a lot about it during middle school. Then around senior year in high school, I figured God wouldn't have an ounce of negativity in him and he'd love me just the way I was/am.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Nope, never believed in hell.
    In his autumn, before the winter, comes man's last mad surge of youth

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMajestic View Post
    But, God did make Man in his own image..So go figure...
    Oh and gayness is next to godliness Lesson of the day!

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    I have and I think I still am.. but if it's a sin then you can always repent, no?

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Quote Originally Posted by kindabikindagay View Post
    I have and I think I still am.. but if it's a sin then you can always repent, no?
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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoowii View Post
    Is there a place worse than hell?
    Florida...

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

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    Florida...
    Yes. I remember Orlando being quite hot in the summer.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    no, from a young age I knew that there was no Easter Bunny, Santa, or the rest so naturally I didn't believe in all the religious junk.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Quote Originally Posted by BFizzle View Post
    Florida...
    thats the truth. . . It has been so hot and humid these last few weeks. We had no winter this year not one day that I would call chilly.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    I had these fears for a long time. Then my mother told me one day that she didn't believe that there was any hell, 'cause God created all of us. And that really removed my fear. I know that by being gay I am not doing anyone any harm, so why should I go to hell? God created me as I am. And we're all born sinners, so..

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Even when I called myself a Christian, I didn't really believe in heaven or hell. The concept of eternal bliss or eternal pain was simply unencompassable to my mind as a child. It still is, I can't wrap my mind around it. Nothing can last forever in a single state, it has to change and fluctuate.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Quote Originally Posted by nfgrls View Post
    thats the truth. . . It has been so hot and humid these last few weeks. We had no winter this year not one day that I would call chilly.
    I would happily swap this fucking miserable shitty cold+wet weather we have here for Florida "hell" any bloody time
    It's still fucking 6 C Degrees in frikking May!!!!

    Jeez........ I need to book a holiday to Spain ASAP.............
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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Don't believe there is a hell...so, no.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Used to be afraid of it, but I kinda got over it now.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Until recently all my life was based around my fears of hell.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    I don't fear going to hell.
    I may be bad, but I'm perfectly good at it.



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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    If God made us to his image, then why would he want us to burn in hell? I just don't get it. I believe we all have a role in life that we have to fulfill, that's why we are here no matter if we are white, black, asian, gay, straight, lesbian, bi...

    -Sigh- I wish we could all get along and stop spreading the hate among us....
    He sounds to me, he sounds like sex on the radio.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    This used to be my last year phobia. But not right now anymore
    I just think God- whatever is the form- it's not a sadistic bipolar figure
    although looking at the outcome of human life, 'really don't like the fact that bad guys can get away with no consequences
    so hell exist, but it's not forever.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Quote Originally Posted by animalius View Post
    Whenever a religious zealot asks me how do I know there's no heaven or hell waiting for me, I tell them I don't know and I'm willing to be they don't know either.

    The fact of the matter is none of us really knows what comes after death. Anyone who claims to know is either delusional or lying.
    This right here.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    When I was 9 and at a relatives baptism (Catholic) I asked my father what original Sin was. He told me we are all responsible for the death of Christ. I was now done with religion. In addition if you think about it this all powerful entity who was perfect created us in his image but not perfect. Now when babies children defenceless people die we are told it is God's plan. There is no God Atheist and proud!

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Heaven is never lost on those who frequently assist they who need our help whereas, Hell is what we make of it.

    The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven..”
    ~ John Milton, Paradise Lost

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    I was always afraid of hell until sophomore year in college when my Grandfather died and I set out on a quest involving extensive and exhaustive research resulting in a spiritual awakening and almost through osmosis I began to know or rather "remember" things I had long forgotten from previous lives and what happens in between our death and reincarnation. It all started to make sense and I was gifted with solace and profound peace in knowing what occurs after our bodies die. It started with a thought about energy which can neither be created nor destroyed. So I began to ask myself "where does this energy go when our bodies die?" Does it diffuse into the atmosphere or go somewhere else? I studied near death experiences from every cultural background, read the Bible, the Quran, the Baghvad Gita, the lost gospels, and many many other books on the subject of the afterlife. Edgar Casey, Betty Eadie, sylvia browne, James van praagh, John Edward, etc., etc. most recently, Eban Alexander. I did not and still don't limit my reading to purely spiritual texts; I read Stephen Hawking, Brian Greene, "the heart sutra in light of quantum physics", and and on and on and on... I've spoken with people who have experienced NDE's, asked my Mom about what I used to say about God when I was younger, I reflected on my own experiences at the ages of about 3-5 years old when I recall leaving my body at night and hovering above my own body and floating in a seated position down our staircase. I soon realized how common this is amongst young children but how parents write it off as a dream; squelching our spiritual connection to the other side in a world ruled by logic and reason, leaving no room in the brain for such things. ive undergone multiple hypnosis sessions including past life regression. It is important to note here that none of this was forced, not was I ever influenced by outsiders for the good or the worse. It all seemed to come very naturally and as I said earlier, almost like osmosis. There is a very distinct feeling that all of this as being "remembered" as opposed to some new knowledge or something I was hearing for the very first time. I could go on forever as it is difficult to encapsulate over 15 years of spiritual awakening in a few paragraphs. Just a little about my background: I was raised Roman Catholic and attended Catholic school for 8 years. I was born to a practicing Carholic mother and an atheist, at times agnostic, father. I now identify as a Gnostic Christian, continually seeking knowledge (gnosis) about God and the other side from which we all came, to which we will all return. I aknowledge God as both male and female, the male side being logic and reason, the female being emotion and experience. I believe we are on this planet to progress spiritually through our trials and tribulations as well as our joyful moments and happier times. We exist as divine sparks of God, our souls being parts of God but with our own identities and by nature, eternal beings; having always existed and will continue to exist eternally either in a physical body, a divine body on the other side, and perhaps one day returning to and becoming part of that which creates us. I do not believe God is to be worshiped any more than a child should worship his or her parent. More so, God is to be revered and loved, as we are His/Her genetic lineage. As for Jesus, I believe he was a great teacher. An anointed one and a highly evolved soul. No more the son of God as you or I. He simply retained knowledge that we have all forgotten. The Bible is interesting and there are some good parts, but was assembled, written and altered by man or rather, men. With all mention of reincarnation, a female aspect of God much more removed and twisted to instill fear and ensure a patriarchal ruling body. Before the 6th century, God was widely accepted as being both male and female across nearly every culture on earth and reincarnation also an accepted truth. When the Bible speaks of being "born again" it means EXACTLY that. Returning to this planet again in another body. A constant cycle of death and rebirth (yet being our choice), in a constant effort aimed at spiritual perfection.

    Well I think that's enough for now, don't you? Haha. Sorry I went on so long...oh and btw, no one goes to hell because it does not exist. Can you imagine a parent sending their child to a place of eternal torment for ANY reason? Now imagine a perfect, all loving parent free from the flaws of humanity doing that. It simply doesn't make sense and I assure you it does not happen. The most evil of us are doomed to one thing; never seeing heaven or "the other side", but stuck in a revolving door of life death and rebirth over and over and over again. Questions? PM me! I'd love to talk about any and everything reharding my spiritual beliefs. I only ask that in your questions or follow up posts that you are respectful of my beliefs as I am of yours. Bye for now!

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpectatingLoner View Post
    Then I thought it was stupid that "God" would threaten to send us to hell if we don't believe in him even though he never shows up or says hi or anything.
    There are too many ignorant preachers in the world, who keep harping on that moronic tale.

    (I once had the pleasure of "disarming" one on campus at OSU, as I translated from the Greek New Testament while he recited, with little understanding, the King James Version.)


    Oh -- to answer the question, no... but I used to agonize over who I might have to room with in Heaven.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

    *the number is now forty

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    i'm an atheist so i have no worries.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    No. Why would I believe in something that has no proof of existing?

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    Were you ever afraid of going to hell?
    Yes, up until the age of accountability & then I decided hell why worry about going to hell when too much other $hit is going on to worry just about going to hell.
    Last edited by Yuki Sohma; May 3rd, 2013 at 08:45 PM.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Do people believe hell is something that can be experienced? or relegated to? Not necessarily a physical place of course, but somewhere that the consciousness can endure after death, and perceive "I am in hell" whilst there?

    I mean I know some people believe that, I just don't know how to give credence to it and if people do hold that view, I'm interested to hear them give reasons for it.
    Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte. And Joseph Wilcox.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Nope. Pretty sure it was all fiction drummed up by overzealous-religious parents trying to condition their kids at a young age that "homosexuality is wrong and that fags are going to hell". Nice try mom, but I'm still a fag.
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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    Let me take it that most of the people above, either don't believe in God or don't believe in hell, or believe in a lot of different lives. Fine.

    Basically, everyone is afraid of dying, whether they say they do or don't. But eventhough it's against the law that I got learned from my mother I honestly truely don't believe that you will get sent to hell for being homosexual. Wait here and let me get a quote:

    "This is an enormous chain and I’m sorry, but I need to say this:

    The laws in the Old Testament were set forth by god as the rules the Hebrews needed to follow in order to be righteous, to atone for the sin of Adam and Eve and to be able to get into Heaven. That is also why they were required to make sacrifices, because it was part of the appeasement for Original Sin.

    According to Christian theology, when Jesus came from Heaven, it was for the express purpose of sacrificing himself on the cross so that our sins may be forgiven. His sacrifice was supposed to be the ultimate act that would free us from the former laws and regulations and allow us to enter Heaven by acting in his image. That is why he said “it is finished” when he died on the cross. That is why Christians don’t have to circumcise their sons (god’s covenant with Jacob), that is why they don’t have to perform animal sacrifice, or grow out their forelocks, or follow any of the other laws of Leviticus.

    When you quote Leviticus as god’s law and say they are rules we must follow because they are what god or Jesus wants us to do, what you are really saying, as a Christian, is that Christ’s sacrifice on the cross was invalid. He died in vain because you believe we are still beholden to the old laws. That is what you, a self-professed good Christian, are saying to your god and his son, that their plan for your salvation wasn’t good enough for you.

    So maybe actually read the thing before you start quoting it, because the implications of your actions go a lot deeper than you think." - An atheist who studied Christian theology before becoming an atheist.

    So I think no, you will get punished for the deeds you do though, adultry, stealing. You know the basic stuff. Jesus His law is THE LAW and in that LAW there is nothing that states that you are wrong if you're gay. Now please don't get too scared and just pray and ask for answers. He will guide you through your ways. Now goodbye.

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    Re: Were you ever afraid of going to hell?

    JusSoin, welcome aboard.

    So did Jesus think that God was wrong for calling homosexuality a sin, or does he think homosexuality is a sin but you get a pass because he was crucified for it?
    Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte. And Joseph Wilcox.

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