God Loves Us All, Not Only Christians.

Many religions believe that they are the only one that will be going to Paradise. That is the reason they try hard to convert so many people. People in a few religions believe they are the only ones He loves. I disagree with that, God loves all of his children, men, women and children. Afterall, if a baby dies and has not been baptized will that child not go Paradise?

I do not believe that. A baby who dies has never committed a sin, and therefore will not go to hell. I am a Christian, but do not belong to a church because I do not believe in many things most of the churches teach us.

The trinity is not true, it was invented by Constantine a few hundred years after Jesus Christ was crucified. As, I have written before there are many things in Christianity that Constantine, who was a pagan put into Christianity.

There were many people in the history of Christianity who tortured and killed people who would not convert to Christianity, as well as Muslims extreemists who also killed those who would not convert into the Islamic faith.

Many Christians disagree with me, but I believe Athiests can enter Paradise. As it is written in Revelation 20:13-15 And I saw the small and the great stand before God; and the books were opend up which is the book of life, and the dead were judged. Out of those every man according to their works . And death was cast out into the lake of fire, this is the second death. And who so ever was not found in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.

My question is, since I believe God loves all his children. what if an Athiest was a good person, who loved his wife, worked worked with poor people go to hell? Or a doctor who saved people live's go to hell? Or, what would happen if a Christian who beat his wife and his children, or committed other sins, would he go to paradise?

Once again, I am a Christian but do not belong to any church because I do not agree with many of their teachings. I go to a bible study, but cannot be baptized because I do not agree with everything they teach me. I do, however believe that God loves all of his children.


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North Wind 4 years ago from The World (for now)

Interesting take again, Michele. I think you would be interested in reading PDXKaraokeGuy's hub called "Who's Going To Hell and for How Long?"

http://hubpages.com/religion-philosophy/Whos-Going...

I do not think that one's religion causes one to get into heaven but I do believe that one has to believe on Jesus Christ. God does love all I believe but He did say that He is the way, the truth and the life and that no one can come unto the Father except by Him. It is also written in the Book of Revelation 22:15

"Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.

For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie."

Do not atheists love and make a lie when they say there is no God? And also how can they follow His commandments if they do not believe in Him?

Again this was interesting :)


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ThoughtPolice 4 years ago from a place I can casually peruse through your thoughts in peace.

God loves the open-minded free-thinker that is man. Bask in the light of the new powers I have bestowed upon thee, my child. Use them with pure intent and purpose and you shall not stray.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52wdW9titPI


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

Thank you Northwind for you comment. It is very interesting. I do hope more people read it. you do have a lot of information. And thank you ThoughtPolice you have given me interesting information also. I always want to learn more.


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rLcasaLme 4 years ago from Dubai, United Arab Emirates

I disagree with some of your statements here but I do agree that God loves us all. It's just us who distance ourselves to God.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

Thank you for your comment rLcasaLme. It is true some do distance themseves from God. But, it is there choice.


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carol3san 4 years ago from Hollywood Florida

I totally agree with you. Thank you for sharing. Voted up and useful.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

Thank you for your comment, I appreciate it very much, an God bless you.


Johnwpowers 4 years ago

God loves us all, whether we are a Christian, Buddhist, Jew, etc... God made this world, he made us.

"Thank you for your comment rLcasaLme. It is true some do distance themseves from God. But, it is there choice."

It is actually "their choice"

Sometimes things get lost with the wrong transcription or meaning of a word or words.

The Bible was written in Greece and in Greek. I wonder if they maybe used a "there" when it should have been a "their"

Like many ancient works, the oldest parts of the Bible were passed along orally before they were ever written down.


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James A Watkins 4 years ago from Chicago

This Hub is disturbing to me. If you weren't such a sweet lady . . . well, that doesn't matter because you are a sweet lady.

You ask, "If a baby dies and has not been baptized will that child not go Paradise?"

Yes it will go to heaven because a baby has not reached the "age of accountability," generally thought to be around 13.

You wrote: "The trinity is not true, it was invented by Constantine a few hundred years after Jesus Christ was crucified."

Whether the Trinity is true or not has nothing to do Constantine. He did not put anything new into Christianity. That is a myth, popularized by postmodern writers trying to make a buck off claiming to have secret knowledge, or gnosis.

All the Trinity is is an explanation of the relationship between God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit. We don't have to agree with that explanation, but there is nothing sinister about it.

You asked: "Since I believe God loves all his children, what if an Atheist was a good person, who loved his wife, worked worked with poor people go to hell?"

An Atheist cannot go to heaven because he has rejected God. God offers us salvation, we have the free will to take it or refuse it. If I offer you something and you don't want it I'm not going to force it on you. Neither is God.

The relationship between God and Man is all about Faith. All through the Bible it is all about faith. If Noah hadn't built the Ark, he would have drowned. God wouldn't have saved him anyway if he had been disobedient. Under that sort of system, the world wouldn't make sense. God wouldn't tell us that salvation was based on Faith and then at Judgement Day say, "I was just kidding. Faith or no faith, everybody's in!" God does not lie; He cannot.

Now it is fine to have these kinds of thoughts because you have a big heart and you want folks who flat out reject God to live forever in paradise, too. The only thing I would be careful of is spreading around such ideas because it is possible you might mistakenly lead another soul down the road to perdition.


Lone Ranger 4 years ago

Good point, James.

The Bible says that the rain falls on the righteous as well as on the unrighteous. Indeed, Our Creator provides even for those who do not acknowledge or love Him.

To think that everyone will go to heaven is a heretical thought of the first magnitude. If that is the case, then why did Jesus come into the world and sacrifice Himself on the cross? If there is no Hell, then what was it that Jesus was trying to save us from?

No, I'm afraid that if wishes were horses, beggers would ride. Please know that there will be multitudes of people who stumble over the body of Christ on their way to Hellfire and brimstone and they would have it no other way. In fact, it would be cruel to force some to live eternally in paradise with Our Heavenly Father, when the very mention of Him makes them convulse in pain.

Be wishes and be well - L.R.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

@ James A Watkins You have given me a lot to think about. I do not want to lead anyone down the small path. That would be horrible. I think I need to study a lot more and pray for the answers that God wants to give me. Thank you so much for your comment.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

Lone Ranger you are correct, James has made a very good comment, I do need to ask God to help me find the answers I need. To learn more, to help more. I pray for God to lead me on the path he has created for us, and not let me be fooled. Thank you for your comment.


Lone Ranger 4 years ago

Wow, Michele! James was right again: You REALLY are a sweetheart!!! :0)

With an attitude like yours, I cannot help but root for you, hence you will be covered with my prayers from this day forth.

"Seek, and you shall find; Knock, and the door shall be opened; Ask, and you shall receive."

Best wishes - L.R.


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio Author

@L.R. Thank You, that is wonderful. I love God, and so many of us do. That is one of the wonderful things in this world! As I said before, I do not know a lot, but need to know more, but I have prayed to God to let me feel my love for Him in my heart and he answered that prayer. Oh, and I will cover you with my prayers also. Thank so much for you comment. It will give me a very happy day :P

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