Eskimo Problems. I wanted to call this "Eskimo 3.14" but that was yesterday.... I did not know about God and sin, would I go to hell?" Pevert:. "No, n
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I wanted to call this "Eskimo 3.14" but that was yesterday...

I did not know about God and sin,
would I go to hell?"
Pevert:. "No, not if did not know."
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Submitted: 03/15/2013
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#1 - anonymoose (03/15/2013) [+] (35 replies)
Because, as a Christian, it's his job to spread the word of God.
User avatar #14 - jokeface (03/16/2013) [+] (32 replies)
The Bible says those who don't know the Gospel can't enter heaven. That's why Jesus said to travel the world and "make disciples of all nations."
#27 - workablenathan (03/16/2013) [+] (3 replies)
#20 - rockerforlife (03/16/2013) [+] (2 replies)
#22 - Peterid (03/16/2013) [+] (13 replies)
Theology student here. Not meaning to offend, just relating what the Bible says...

Man was created and rebelled against God. Essentially treason, and how do you punish treason? Death.
Because of the rebellion of the first man and woman, it becomes the nature of man and woman to rebel.
Creation itself declares the glory of God, thus, none can claim ignorance.
God, having mercy upon the world, becomes human in the man Jesus Christ to become the example for the world.
Dies, in perfect sacrifice for all who will follow him.
Resurrects, in example of mastery over death and hell.
Makes simple requirement for absolution: believe in Jesus as God incarnate, accept his sacrifice in substitute for one's own treason, and in turn, renounce one's own earthly life for eternal life.

"He is no fool who gives up what he cannot keep for that which he cannot lose." -Jim Elliot

I know that Christianity isn't the most popular on the internet in general, and I blame the self-proclaimed "Christians" who forget love (which is considered the most important commandment) for the sake of social issues. The Bible condemns this, specifically. I honestly believe in the reality of hell, and I only say this in an honest desire that no one would end up there.

As Penn Gillette said, if I truly believe this, there's only so long before I tackle you out of the way.
#78 - medewu ONLINE (03/16/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I don't remember who showed me this, but it has some strong and truthful words to it.
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#53 - benighted (03/16/2013) [-]
uh oh, tonight is going to be hell on this thread.
#47 - anonymous (03/16/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I won't bow to something, That I've never seen.
I can't believe in something, that doesn't believe in me...
I'm not blood of your blood, I'm no son of your god.

#52 to #47 - anonymous (03/16/2013) [-]
I can't believe in something, that doesn't believe in me...


and yeah be all macho it will make you more likable on the internet
User avatar #35 - wafflecopper (03/16/2013) [+] (9 replies)
-1 OP was clearly intended to flame

Even if you are not taught of its existence you will go to hell if you do not accept

Else wise all Christians would have stopped spreading the faith long ago
#39 to #35 - tomthehippie (03/16/2013) [-]
Only is states quite clearly that if you don't have a chance to hear the word, God takes that into account.

Its under the same idea as children who die too young to know the difference between right and wrong getting a free pass.
#25 - anonymous (03/16/2013) [+] (14 replies)
Iv always saw a flaw in the whole all knowing and all forgiving thing, because based off gods actions in the bible and the fact that there is a hell to begin with, shows he is either one or neither but not both. I mean if he knows you're gonna be a bad person and sends you to hell anyways that doesnt show forgiveness, and dont give me "you have to ask for forgiveness" line because thats like your boss saying here is a project I know you're going to fail at and when you do im going to fire you, but if you want to keep your job you have to apologize to me. And if you are judged by your actions then clearly he cant know them beforehand or he will have judged you as soon as your born. Just voicing my views, no hate intended.
#42 to #31 - anonymous (03/16/2013) [-]
But he would know whether or not you would forgive or not.
And hell kind of seems like a pointless tool, seeing how humans were around for tens of thousands of years before the religions we know today not knowing what it is or that there was a god to ask. And there's also Eastern beliefs that have no concept of either, but separate ideology that they made without influence from the Middle East and westward from there.
That kind of thing makes it really hard to understand on so many levels.
User avatar #8 - galaxyguy ONLINE (03/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Actually, according to Dante's 'Inferno' he'd end up in Limbo, the outermost circle of Hell.
#98 - envinite ONLINE (03/16/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I'm surprised this wasn't posted in atheism channel
User avatar #17 - HordeyWordey (03/16/2013) [-]
If you stop doing it, does it matter? Ex post facto, you don't go to prison for doing something illegal while it was legal. Now that you know, and assuming you stop doing it, it doesn't matter.
#109 - garymotherfinoak (03/16/2013) [-]
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This is coming from a pretty religious Christian.
You have to remember that the books of the bible were written by a bunch of old guys 2000+ years ago. They were very, very wise, but the times were different. Any ridiculous statement like being gay is a sin (which was a misinterpreted verse anyway, it had something to do with tampering with the property of your neighbor) or ones that don't believe in god or haven't heard of him don't go to heaven, should not be taken seriously today. If god made us and planned for genetics to be the way we develop, why did he allow there to be a gay gene if it's supposedly a sin? because it isn't. It was determined as a sin by a person or small group of people 2000 years ago, which at the time, they didn't know better. If a person was raised hindu but is an extremely kind and moral person, he wont rot in hell simply because he follows his heart in what he believes, he'll get a VIP ticket and get permission to cut to the front of the line when entering the golden gates. Now I supposed believing in god in the form he wants to be represented in does give you an advantage i suppose, Say a devout catholic that prays out of his heart everyday, is an african slave owner, corrupt businessman and rapist, he won't be seeing pearly gates any time soon. I feel that everyone has an opportunity to get into whatever form of heaven their is. Just be a good person and do not act unjust for the sake of doing so. Follow a good path or morals and stick by them, help others and serve the essence of Good.
Thank you for reading. If you didn't, I don't really give a damn.
Pic kinda related
User avatar #100 - dengekisushi (03/16/2013) [-]
I want to go to Hell because that's where Little Nicky is.
#60 - desklamp (03/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
There's a lot of debate on this point, but one belief (popular years ago, not so much now) is that non-Christians go to a place called Limbo which is a pretty awesome place but not as nice as Heaven. So, by telling him about God, the Priest is giving the Eskimo a chance to go all the way to Heaven.

But the Bible is actually pretty vague on the whole after-life thing and there's a lot of different interpretations.

Funny post, anyway. I thumbed.
#36 - DANKNOFAM (03/16/2013) [-]
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User avatar #10 - katinka (03/16/2013) [-]
I believe a fair and loving god would give everybody the same info, not put humans in the hunger games of their after lives
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