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Mind~Virus
16th August 2010, 08:05 PM
Would a benevolent God, knowing that the majority of people in the world would never be exposed to the correct 'Religion' or 'Denomination' send people to hell based on that fact, or is it incompatible with benevolence?

Whether or not you answer in the affirmative or the negative, does this in your opinion create a lottery situation in which some people are given greatly increased chances of acheiving salvation and heaven based on random factors? While others are given a greatly decreased, if any, chance to receieve salvation and heaven?

If you answer in the negative [He would send them to hell] how do you reconcile the situation in which someone may, for instance, live all their lives in a radical, 'heathen' country where information of the 'true' [whatever it may be] religion is not allowed?

B DIDDY
16th August 2010, 08:18 PM
remember God is just!!!!!!!! even us who are unjust can come up with concepts to protect the innocent and disadvantaged, what more the creator of the heavens and the earth

Quophi Aletse
18th August 2010, 11:47 PM
remember God is just!!!!!!!! even us who are unjust can come up with concepts to protect the innocent and disadvantaged, what more the creator of the heavens and the earth

diddy.... i hear u but pls elaborate on this......