posted on May, 25 2013 @ 10:09 PM
Say you're a Christian and you raise a son or daughter who turns out to be an atheist or agnostic later in life. (This is not unheard of by any
Once you get to heaven and your son or daughter never show up because of their beliefs, wouldn't you be sad or even disappointed knowing that you
would never see them again and that they are suffering forever in hell?
If heaven is perfect, then how do you account for people being sad or distraught about some of their loved ones suffering in a pit full of fire for
eternity? How would god alleviate this problem in heaven? Would he just erase your memories of these people or would he let you keep them?
If he lets you keep those memories, then how would you deal with that situation? Would you still be overjoyed at the thought of them suffering, or
would you be sad?
If he just erases your memories of them, then another question comes up. What would have been the purpose of god putting that person in your life only
to erase them afterwards? Isn't there a purpose for everything in god's plan?
This is just a thought I had. I'd really like to hear your opinions on it. Thanks for reading.
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