Your bible is rich with references to the Christian concept of hell. The fact that you choose to ignore it means you are not even a true Christian. And just because you have chosen to believe in something, does not mean you know that it exists. You are simply exercising blind faith, but your brainwashing prevents you from being able to make a distinction between blind faith and actual existence. You can believe in whatever you want, but you don't get to lie about those beliefs without being challenged.Neo wrote: ↑June 10th, 2019, 7:52 pmBy the way, I never believed in hell either. I simply heard the word, that belief in Christ brings eternal salvation, and I believed it. There never was any fear of hell.Contrarian Expatriate wrote: ↑June 10th, 2019, 7:40 pmChrist as the supreme being of the universe is not real. You can be sure of that.
But as I mentioned before, I am not sure I would even want to be associating with Christ if he turned out to be the supreme being of the universe when only .01% of the world's population (those that share your rare Christian beliefs) would be eligible to escape what you believe are the fires of hell.
Again, shame on you for believing all that out of some irrational fear that it just might really be true. Brainwashed....
However, now being a believer, I recognize the reality of its existence.
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Once I heard the gospel of salvation, I instantly recognized it as true. It was more like an epiphany than a choice. More like, "of course!" Like when something just hits you or you finally recognize something as true. It wasn't something I forced upon myself. Just something that clicked. It just makes perfect sense.
Not trying to be disrespectful, but were you under any psychological stress, some life crisis, or under the influence of controlled substance at the time? That just does not sound like something that happens to sober or otherwise healthy people. Granted if you are struggling with substance, relying upon religious faith might just assist you in your recovery, but short of that, you are being boxed into low and limiting levels of human spirituality.