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Have Fun Burning in Hell, Gandhi by AmericanDreaming Have Fun Burning in Hell, Gandhi by AmericanDreaming
The single most important commandment in Judaism and Christianity is the belief in the one god Yahweh (and in Jesus as his son, for Christians), and to have no other gods. Denying the Holy Spirit (aka not believing in Yahweh) is said to be the one unforgivable sin in Christianity.

So according to Christianity, Mohandas Gandhi is currently being burned and tortured in hell, where he will remain for all of eternity, but if a genocidal tyrant has a deathbed conversion and accepts Jesus into his heart, they go to heaven.

It so happens that there is no good reason or evidence to justify belief in god or religion, souls or the afterlife. But even if it were true, could you really bring yourself to worship such an irrationally evil celestial dictator? If you could, it would be out of fear and terror, not love and respect.

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MizuMegamiSama Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014
Gandhi likes nukes too much. 

On a scale of 1 to 10, his likelihood of attempting to stockpile nukes is literally 12. 8(
lisa-im-laerm Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And Hitler is in heaven, if he simply regret all he has done and believed! :O_o:
Horus2299 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014
Hitler probably wouldn't be in Heaven though, because he shot himself and suicide is one sin that you can't repent. His only chance would be salvation through ignorance and serving his time in Purgatory.
fiskefyren Featured By Owner Edited Aug 30, 2014
1 John 1:9, John 3:16 and other verses of the Bible disagrees with you. They quite clearly explains that you just need to ask for forgiveness and believe in God and you're home free <3 I'm looking forward to spend my time in Hdaven, brofisting Hitler for being such an awesome Christian and for killing God's favoured people; the Jews!
-with love from an Agnostic 
Horus2299 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014
you just need to ask for forgiveness and believe in God and you're home free

Yes, and asking for forgiveness is the same as repenting. After you're put to judgment it's too late to repent of your sins because you already had your entire life to do it. You can only get "born again" when your soul is still in your physical body.

God's favoured people; the Jews!

I won't even start with the Holocaust, because that's more of a historical topic. If you actually think the Israelis are God's Chosen people, you're either a Jew yourself, or you've failed to understand one of the New Testament's most important messages.
fiskefyren Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014
Link the verse that says this.

Link the verse that says they aren't.

*gets popcorn* this is too easy.
lisa-im-laerm Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yeah, I expected that argument! But what if his wife Eva shot him, because of that!?! No witnesses alive, as we know :P So, he is in heaven now, if it was the case, especially if hehad  repent all minutes before, than it is officially even sure!?! :O_o:
Horus2299 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014
Fair point, we don't know with 100% certainty what happened. That's why I always say only God can be sure if a person went to Heaven or not.

Also, we can't know if a person really repented or is just pretending, because we can't read their mind. That's why it's so hard to know the real number of Christians, or people of any religion for that matter. There's a fairly large margin of error.
lisa-im-laerm Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Not to mention, about the countless people who died, without ever hearing about Christianity at all. those who grew up in mountains, jungles, deserts. Those which never had a chance to believe in an obvious wrong thing :P… by :iconcorsecagent:

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In regard not only to these gods, but in regard to the other gods, save only those whose existence had no beginning and shall have no end, the priests say that their bodies, after they have done with their labours, have been placed in the keeping of the priests and are cherished there, dbut that their souls shine as the stars in the firmament, and the soul of Isis is called by the Greeks the Dog-star, but by the Egyptians Sothis,105 and the soul of Horus is called Orion, and the soul of Typhon the Bear.a Also they say that all the other Egyptians pay the agreed assessment for the entombment of the p55animals held in honour,106 but that the inhabitants of the Theban territory only do not contribute because they believe in no mortal god, but only in the god whom they call Kneph, whose existence had no beginning and shall have no end...
The soul of man is divided into three parts, intelligence, reason, and passion. Intelligence and passion are possessed by other animals, but reason by man alone...
But, in time, Horus overpowered Typhon; that is to say, there came on a timely abundance of rain, and the Nile forced out the sea and revealed the fertile land, which it filled out with its alluvial deposits. This has support in the testimony of our own observation; for we see, even to‑day, as the river brings down new silt cand advances the land, that the deep waters gradually recede and, as the bottom gains in height by reason of the alluvial deposits, the water of the sea runs off from these.

Horus2299 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014
People who never heard of Christianity would only be responsible for what they know, and anyone can understand the concept of repenting, even if they don't make the connection between that and the sacrifice/resurrection of Jesus.

I'm not really sure what the purpose is for the remainder of your comment, except to quote a legend of Horus, with the added irony that it relates to my username, but it's likely that many cultures around the world were symbolically predicting the life of Jesus with the guidance of higher powers, which would explain the connection the Gospel has to various folk traditions.
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