What rating would Heaven and God get on Yelp?
According to its own scribes the bible admits that a third of the angels that lived in Heaven with God rejected both Heaven and God. That would be like a third of the employees of a company rejecting their company's product, and owners.
Humans have no idea about Heaven, or God or even the Angels so how good would their opinion of them be on Yelp?
Yelp for example is based on people real life actual encounter with a product or service.
I think it would get poor reviews for non-existent customer service or difficult to reach staff.
by bloggernotjogger 11 months ago
Since I´m not very familiar with the folklore, and there seem to be quite a few ¨experts¨ here, I thought I´d ask.According to the storyline, Lucifer was the ¨highest of the high¨ or something to that effect. So, I guess that at some point, Lucifer must have had a higher ranking than Jesus....
by qwark 8 years ago
If allah (god thing) rewards muslim martyrs with virgins and sex, what is "its" attitude about sex with other monotheists in heaven?Does this "god thing" differentiate in rewarding monotheists whose beliefs differ from each other?If so, why?
by M. Victor Kilgore 2 years ago
Calling all Atheists, Christians, and everyone in between. Will everybody go to Heaven?In a world of extreme religious inclusiveness, do you believe in an exclusive God and His Heaven? Why?
by A James Di Rodi 4 years ago
Why doesn't God give the fallen angels a chance to repent?
by chaoticpsyche 6 years ago
I have been having a hard time believing in God lately; well, really for quite a while. Let me preface this by saying that I believe in Heaven, Hell, and Angels. I just have a hard time believing in God. Part of me feels like my mind can't accept God. Not to sound above all, but it's like my...
by ib radmasters 6 years ago
Then why would you want God or Heaven.No human has ever seen Heaven, and no human has ever seen God.But the angels have experienced both, and yet that was not enough for all of them.The Old Testament and the New Testament were written close to each other in time, and in the last two thousand years...
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