Absolutely yes if they change their mind and out of a sincere heart want to believe that GOD is real. GOD given me a vision of the other side of death because out of a sincere heart I ask GOD to give me GOD ultimate purpose will for my life on the earth and GOD given that to me as I am living this out moment by moment on hubpages and my 1 article that is seen around the world in 8 countries. So Atheists if you can not believe in GOD then just ask out of a sincere heart for GOD to reveal himself to you and GOD will reveal himself to you so that you can go to Heaven. One last thing please do not try to pull a slick willy on GOD because your arms are too short to box with GOD. I have been an opened book for everyone to see with my bold and upfront answers. What you see is what you get. I am rooting for the atheist to believe in GOD. I am for you and not against you. I am sure that there will be some atheist in heaven which did not expect to be there but is there because of the kind of life they had live on the earth of which Jesus Christ shown to all humanity of how to live on the earth as human beings.
Since they don't believe there is one, they probably don't care. But since the christian god is forgiving, then they would still be allowed in.
What would that look like--an atheist steps into heaven, looks around and says, "well, I'll be darned, there was something to that."
Don't think so. Christ said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father but by me."
He did NOT say--I am one of many good ways to heaven.
Atheists don't believe in heaven, or God, so why would they qualify? or care?
Strictly speaking, NO.
But, for someone to call themselves an Atheist, they are denying God. PERIOD.
Unless they repent, IE change their mind, heart and will, they cannot enter.
Yet, any one of them can and WILL receive grace, once they ask. Thereby, get in!
Really, they are no different to any believer, because we ALL have to come the same way. It's not that "we" are better, or more deserving, than they. Sadly, that's how so many of them feel.
athiests are smart enough to know that heaven is a myth so we don't worry about such trivial things. we worry about how we can help others, about the health of our families and we know that when we do wrong, no silly myth like satan caused it but rather that we are responsible for our own mistakes and it's an awesome feeling knowing that when you do good or bad, it is you that did it on your own.
When a person dies, that person move to towards a situation he believed in just before death.
For example, just after death, a good Christian may see Jesus, a Muslim who feels he has done good will see Mohammed. A Hindu may see Lord Krishna or any of their deities.
There are those who believe there are going to Hell and they will see themselves in Hell in the beginning.
However, this is the initial reality and it will change as soon as one slowly realizes who God is. This reality will evolve until one comes to be with God as who God really is in Heaven. This is what will happen to Muslims, Christian, Hindus, Buddhists, atheists, and other persons from every belief system. In the end we will all end up in heaven with God. This includes atheists, and even those who thought they are bound to go the Hell.
Therefore, yes, atheist will eventually go to heaven like all the others. It is a matter of realizing the ultimate truth. All paths lead towards God. Do not be concerned over atheists, God's plan is so grand that no one will be lost. However, there are those who believe that God cannot be good as this.
Atheists don't believe in a God so if they got to the Gates they'd be asking Peter who he was and what heaven was all about. so they probably wouldn't get pass Peter or the Gates.
Being atheists, they probably wouldn't like the idea of being surrounded by angels, believers in God or God Himself nor the concept of Paradise, unless it was an Atheist idyll, in which case they wouldn't want to go to heaven.
In some religions faith is an important part of getting into heaven. For others it's merely doing good. Whether it's heaven, paradise, nirvana, val hala or other place in the after life, there are always basic requirement to enter. Usually believing in it is one of them.
But what's interesting is that most religion say you can't go to their special after life place if you don't believe as they do. If you do the math, every body will not go to that special place on account of some other religion.
* 15% of white evangelicals think atheists can go to Heaven.
* 38% of white mainline protestants think atheists can go to Heaven.
* 39% of white Catholics4 think atheists can go to Heaven.
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