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All beliefs except one will lead to hell for every person. How true is this?

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  • 1 month ago
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    Zero truth.  

    And *IF* it were true, how psychotic would it be for the entity that laid down such a rule to then NOT provide clear and indisputable proof of WHICH belief system was the correct one?  Instead forcing people to guess which is right or if ANY of them is right?  What if the one correct belief system is one where it's prophet died without doing a good enough job of spreading the faith?  Or maybe it's a religion that was strong but died out?  Like Amun-Ra of ancient Egypt?

    It's basically entrapment.  It's like someone holding a gun on you, presents you with literally HUNDREDS of overturned cups and if you don't pick the ONE with a ball under it on your first and only guess, he'll shoot you dead.  It's a rigged game.  And the person rigging it would HAVE to be evil.  No good person would EVER design such a twisted game.

  • e9601:
    Lv 6
    1 month ago

    The ONLY way to heaven is this = Confess your sins, accept Jesus as your Savior. There is no other way to heaven.

  • 1 month ago

    It is true, because God came down in human flesh as Jesus the Christ and confirmed the only way to heaven.   It is written and Jesus said, "I am the Way, the Truth and the Life and no man comes to the Father except by Me."

    How much plainer could God say it?  He didn't take the abuse of a beating with a whip, mockery, thorn crown, carrying His cross, nails in hands and feet and sword in His side for nothing.  Jesus said, "I willingly lay down my life and I can take it up again."  It didn't bother God to be scorned for us because He set all the laws and the Cross fulfilled them and won back eternal life for those who believe in Jesus.  Remember Adam, Eve and Satan lost eternal life for us in the Garden of Eden when death and sin came into the world, but Jesus went to the Cross and won eternal life back for those who believe.

  • 1 month ago

    Even the demons believe and know there is but one God and one way of salvation, but they refuse to take that way. Knowing such true belief will not prevent them ending up in the lake of burning fire. Why? Because they refuse to act in faith on that belief and repent. They are beyond repentance and their fate is sealed despite them knowing the true belief. It is the step of faith that must be taken on the basis of that true belief that will prevent hell as the outcome. All people must take that step of faith, which is what, exactly?

    Repentantly confessing one's sin to God and seeking pardon due to what Jesus did to deliver repentant sinners from hell. Whoever repents and puts faith in Christ will be spared hell. All who do not do that will end up in  hell - not due to what they believe, but due to refusing to repent to God in faith.

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  • 1 month ago

    There is only one known Saviour from sin.

    No religion, ideology, philosophy or anything else can save from sin. They may contain some admirable sentiments but none can even address the problem of sin.

    There is only one known Saviour from sin.

    Although we all know we are all sinners, only fools try to pretend otherwise, yet there is no salvation from sin unless there is conviction of sin.

  • 1 month ago

    Entirely untrue.  Only Christianity even makes a similar claim to this, and in its case it isn't about belief but commitment.

  • 1 month ago

    It isn't. If it is true then it is not a just system and deserves to be rebelled against.

  • Paul
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    It isn't true, and the original and true Christian Church, to which Jesus Christ promised the fullness of God's truth until the end of time, doesn't teach any such thing. God alone is the judge, though some manmade denominational churches seem to believe that they have that authority.

  • 1 month ago

     "Love thy neighbor as thyself". 

  • yesmar
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    It's not true at all.

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