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Save Your Young Children and Babies From Hell. Kill Them Today!!

Updated on February 19, 2012

So that's what you'd think would be a most loving act. And why is this? Well, I was looking for more scientific compatibility with the scriptures. Not that I haven't found a lot already. I just wanted to pay a visit to one of the web pages that helped me get started in understanding how science helps faith. I went to Richard Deem's page where I noticed the following article.

http://www.godandscience.org/doctrine/babies_who_die.html


So, wouldn't it be an act of great love to kill one's children? In fact, Andrea Yates did just that. She killed her children before they were of a mature age where they could reasonably deny their savior. The Christian church has made it clear that most will end up in a place of torturous fire for all eternity because they didn't accept their christ while physically alive. But they are adimit that children below a certain age ?? will automatically go to heaven should they die prematurely. And there's even some good news for the murderous and loving parents should they do this. See, the bible makes it clear that we are not to kill or even think about killing another. So according to Christian doctrine, murderers will spend eternity in hell. .. .unless they repent. So, any loving parent out there with young children should immediately grab them up, and smother, drown, hack up, poison. . . . .whatever!! Just get to it now before they reach that crucial age. And what age would that be? Uuummm??? I think the church says 12. Or was it 11? Possibly 10? Just make sure you don't kill them after they hit that age because you could be sending them straight to hell. After all, if 11 happens to be too old and you are considering murdering them before hell's age but aren't sure if 11 is too late, you can be assured that at this age, he/she has no use for your god. Even if your child sits quietly in church to avoid your back hand, there are probably at least one thousand places that your son/daughter would rather be at that moment than listening to some prophetic drone trap. So be careful not to kill them if they might go to hell. Once you have accomplished this, just get started with your own repenting because hell awaits if you should die. And if your 8 year old happens to kill you in the process of your murderous rampage? Well, crap happens.

Either murder your young children or believe the scriptures that assert all will eventually be saved. See, the scriptures teach that we must be mature in Christ to be saved. Those in the Kingdom will judge the world. Children cannot be mature in Christ. Children, especially babies cannot be Christlike. They have yet to mature and to be molded into God's image. In fact, your 16 year old won't do much better. Sorry, they must be judged as well. And so must everybody. We must be judged in this aion or the next before we can be in God's kingdom. Need proof? Read all of my hubs that cover the subject. They aren't difficult to understand. But none of these truths are taught in the houses of Mystery Babylon The Great, The Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the Earth. In other words, you won't learn them in church. But I assure you, diaper wearing babies and bed wetting four year olds will not be judging the world with Christ in the next aion. They will mature though. And receive necessary judgment. As will the many.

Now, as far as Richard Deem and his ridiculous article? Deem, that is just another example of how inept you are when it comes to scripture. You have some good data in other articles for proving the authenticity of the scriptures through science but you are clueless when it comes to things of the spirit. I've read your other articles about hell and Lucifer's fall and other such nonsense and it is clear that you should stick to science. This article about babies and their eternal destiny is the work of a schmuck who hasn't actually considered the absurdity of the topic. Don't be a schmuck. Nobody goes to this fictitious hell, but all, including children must be judged before they are saved. Ask God for real understanding today.

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      Hell N0 

      6 years ago

      Cynthea, if you read a little more closely you will see that I am making fun of the notion of hellers. That is, if you are below a certain age and die, you will automatically go to heaven, but if you die at some age of accountability and don't believe in Jesus you will spend eternity screaming in fire. Read the whole article, not just the title. Then comment.

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      cynthia 

      6 years ago

      i dont think that was a good way to influence people to love their children it says in the bible" thou shall not kill' so why would you even put a comment like that their in your book or not you seem very confused god loves all babies and fools so for a parent to kill a child thats breaking gods and worldly laws im just saying.you seem to have evil thoughts of murder as far as i see it you have already broken gods law anyway.you should pray for yourself and others and check out the title 'the mark of the beast' and read how you can get that..p.s. im not judgeing it just my comment

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      Hell N0 

      6 years ago

      Oh but be carefull Pure Apathy. Obviously the god of organised churchdom would never detect your intention to kill your children using manufactured needle juice promoted by the righteous FDA. However, your child probably would not die immediately. Instead, he/she would hang around becoming more unhealthy. Drugs would be prescribed to counter the side affects taking away his/her ambition to ever know and understand the god of hellers. Obviviously, this would not undermind the freewill they say all have to the accept and love the fair and just god. So instead of quickly dying and going to heaven, your child may very well hang around until after reaching the age of accountability of age 8?, 10?, 12? and die painfully, only to experience an eternity of screaming fire at the hands of their god. . . . or satan??? or whomever runs the show down there. So its best just to make them watch reruns of Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort until they commity suicide, but only if they are below the age of accountability.

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      Pure Apathy 

      6 years ago

      You can kill your children and hide your intention by getting them vaccinated for everything all at once. It will "kill the hell" out of them. It'll make them deathly ill first, but just take them to the hospital and they'll definitely die from a depleted overrun immune system.

      Congratulations! The USA is worse than any regime, ever.

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      Dchosen_01 

      6 years ago

      I totally agree with this hub n thumbs up to the argument.

      "And He called a child to Himself and set him before them, and said, "Truly I say to you, unless you are converted and become like children, you will not enter the kingdom of heaven." (Matthew 18:2-3)" ~~~~ What happens to those who do not convert and become like children and finally do not go to Heaven? Where do they go? At least from the verse it said ~~~~ You will not go to Heaven"... Please I want to know.....

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      Hell N0 

      8 years ago

      Capital Punishment? Thumbs down.

      Corporal Punishment? Beat the crap out of disrespectful children in our schools to salvage education for the rest. Thumbs up!!

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      Creative 

      8 years ago

      The whole concept of "Hell" is asinine. Holy-Bible-Thumping freaks wield the term 'Hell' around like it is some sort of divine penitentiary - that they obviously created within their own minds, and it is often demonstrated in today's time via the Judicial Branch and by way of corporal punishment - in the locations where it is currently permissible.

      Hell no!

      I concur...

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      Hell N0 

      8 years ago

      Judgment?

      Yes.

      Hell?

      No!!!

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      the pink umbrella 

      8 years ago from the darkened forest deep within me.

      Well, if were speaking innocence here, and i take position of a believer for just a moment, your probably judged on your actions. Babies and small children really cant go to hell if there is one, becauseim guessing if too young to give your life over to christ, you are judged on the goodness in your heart. But say your twelve, and have not had any christian influence, and you murder your grandmother, or hurt animals just to delight in their pain, you will probably go to hell and i say this only under assumption, and speaking as if i were a christian.

      There are also people out there in the world who know nothing of christ and god. No one was ever there to teach them, and they probably have their own theories as to natures fury, and why good and bad things happen. They would probably be judged also on their actions, and their heart.

      Im not a christian, but i study the bible, and im just saying, thinking about it, it would just make sense to me. Great hub, thought provoking. Im rating it up.

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      Hell N0 

      8 years ago

      Oh, but I didn't Mr. Deem. That's why I've created the loophole so that if a Christian murders his/her children, that person can still go to heaven after repentance. Do you deny that a penative man will achieve salvation? See, I could fill a book with scriptures that you've neglected in your orthodox understandings of god and the fate of the world.

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      Rich Deem 

      8 years ago

      You seem to have neglected one of the commandments. Think it had something to do with murder.

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      church god 

      8 years ago

      Richard Deem is wrong. I never said that babies and children escape the fires of hell.

    • schizzelmynizzel profile image

      schizzelmynizzel 

      8 years ago

      No one gets left behind when God is all in all!

    • profile imageAUTHOR

      Hell N0 

      8 years ago

      It's amazing what the church will do to try and keep their god from looking as evil as he is. They should search for the Real God.

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      LoveSoftly 

      8 years ago

      Two thumbs up, Hell No! The church has so many differing doctrines..it's like navigating a maze! It's no wonder there are so many Christian writers out there, no one is really clear on anything so they start writing and hope people will just say "amen". AND I think you have stirred up the hornets nest, once again! :)

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      babylon_is_fallen 

      8 years ago

      Good hub!

      From the Article: "That is what the doctrine of infant baptism would imply. So, the doctrine of infant baptism changes salvation from one of grace to one of works, since infant baptism is a work of the parent, and not a work of God."

      Interesting that Richard rejects the infant baptism doctrine on the basis that it implies salvation by works rather than "grace" or "work of God". Yet, throughout his article he makes it clear that he is among those who believe that people must 'choose' of their own 'free will' to believe in God, which therefore, would likewise be of man's "works" and not by the "grace or work of God".

      The same argument he uses against infant baptism can be used against his own believes. Funny, how that works...

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