posted on Apr, 26 2017 @ 01:37 PM
a reply to: ArchAngel_X
Just know that, when we die no matter the cause, God or that higher power won't throw anybody into hell.
He'd probably give them a chance in life with a clean slate, he could given the a new life with half a clean slate, he could even given them a life
with the same slate.
Those (human options as i am limited to what he might think) decisions could 1.) Give him a great abundant life in the new life, 2.) Give him a decent
life with some stuff, or 3.) Be born poor, but raised with values that one day he helps humanity as a whole, and in return cleaning off his old life
with the sins he has burden himself with.
On topic: I hated war for the basic reason which was death and destruction. Now, I'm balance with it as there should be means to have war.
We humans aren't the only animals trying to control territory or the world itself.
I know the technology we have today doesn't matter. It was the lives that sacrificed themselves to better their children (us descendants). The values,
and morals from war taught us new skills and views of the world.
Yes, war is evil when lives are at stake. And yes, war is good when we need to advance in any way. But many people who are afraid of death, are afraid
of better life for their children.
I could be wrong though.