One of the biggest questions asked of us who have publicly announced that we are non-believers is "What if your wrong?" Here's my theory: The story goes that god forgives those that ask for it right? Or if we are truly sorry then we will be forgiven and won't go to hell. If that's the case and we're wrong, will we be forgiven by christian and catholic logic? It makes no sense to me because I can ask a "believer" the exact same question and they will dance around it or just plainly say "I'm not wrong, GOD is real and your going to hell" (Kinda rude but ok lol)... Just trying to pick a few brains here.
P.S. I was asked this question 2 days ago and thought i'd get a few opinions.
You're goin' to Hell, honey! But only if you believe this silly stuff! The Roman Catholic Apostolic Church says you are damned!
Look up the atheists wager, a variation of Pascal's wager based on the assumption that God is good.
I'd believe he's REAL, before I'd believe he's GOOD! If real, we'd throw him in prison for life (or infinity, HIS choice)! You know, killing all those babies and such.