Quote# 5530

Correct [the boy killed by a Christian drunk driver goes to hell, while the latter goes to heaven]. However, you seem to forget that God is the One Who determines when a person will die, and if He allowed the young boy to die in that state, the implication is that he never would have changed in heart anyway. The man, though sinning by driving dangerously, is still saved for eternity, since in his heart he is willing to accept Jesus' offer of salvation. He does lose some rewards, though. Again, justice and mercy are maintained.

Godsword, FStDT! Guestbook 18 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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I thought the man would go to hell for violating one of the Lord's commandments and the boy would go to heaven because he has not had enough time to accumulate sins. Silly me, I forgot that God is an asshole.

12/11/2006 2:08:19 AM


If I may quote some of the other posters here:

Die in a fire.

that is all.

12/11/2006 4:11:37 AM


12/11/2006 4:18:34 AM

Mr. Chuckles

Julian and Joe put it best. Go die fagot from now on anything u do will be meaningless and u urself will be worthless bullshit go to some store, buy a cd and then break it and used the peices to slash ur wrists and neck and die and rot because no one will miss you or even care that ur biggoted fucksworth of an ass once polutted the world with its mental handicaps

12/11/2006 4:29:19 AM


Man, God's a real dick.

12/11/2006 4:50:26 AM


Eat Shit and Dieā„¢.

7/31/2008 4:51:39 AM


Yes, a murdered boy gets eternal torment because some magic man in the sky didn't like him! JUSTICE AND MERCY, MOTHERFUCKER! ENJOY YOUR JUST, MERCIFUL ETERNAL AND UNENDING TORTURE!

7/31/2008 5:26:04 AM


Neither just nor merciful. Nor the actions of the God that I believe in.

7/31/2008 5:27:20 AM

Philbert McAdamia

He does lose some rewards, though.

Which ones? A curfew on harp playing? Can't sit in the first pew? No window to hell to watch the torment of the unsaved?

7/31/2008 5:40:07 AM


This is utter horse shit.

7/31/2008 4:30:17 PM

@ Mr. Chuckles: Fuck off, homophobic asshole.

9/4/2008 1:52:52 PM


The fundies love this setup. They say the magic words about accepting Jesus and then they are saved for all eternity. They are then free to act as immoral as they want. No good works needed, no need to give to the poor, free to slap anyone that annoys them upside the head. All is forgiven in advance! It's a brillant, if morally bankrupt scheme.

Oh, it also goes against the words of Jesus.

Luke: 25

But those relying on the false "Saved for Eternity" card can take heart that there probably isn't an afterlife anyway.

Peter Griffin: [in Sunday School with several children during story time] And when you die, you go to a wonderful place called heaven

[children gasp in delight, Peter starts laughing]

Peter Griffin: Nah, I'm just jackin' ya, you'll all rot in the ground.

[children look horrified]

9/4/2008 5:16:53 PM


You can break every possible law and still get to heaven, as long as you just belive? What a weird system.

5/19/2009 4:20:55 AM


Innocent victim of vehicular manslaughter dies.

God is charged with conspiracy to murder.

Jesus shakes his head and walks away.

5/19/2009 10:22:22 AM


So why did he let the kid be born in the first place, if he knew the child would not turn to him, and decided to snuff him prematurely? Hmmm?

5/19/2009 10:27:54 AM


Will someone explain the "justice" and "mercy" to me?

2/1/2011 7:49:52 PM


Which is why I prefer secular justice.

2/4/2016 3:52:24 PM


if He allowed the young boy to die in that state, the implication is that he never would have changed in heart anyway.

Well, so much for that free will thing then.

2/5/2016 1:42:05 AM

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