April 9, 2009
Pretend you don't have any beliefs about the afterlife for a moment.
If someone told you that the afterlife consists EITHER of heaven OR hell and nothing else, would you believe them?
And the third option is oblivion.
I am left wondering how could there only be three options.
IF one's acts determine one's eventual reality, what accounts for the morally gray acts? Like someone bearing false witness in order to prevent murder or working 7 days a week (including the Sabbath) to be a doctor in Africa?
Assuming the hypothesis that there is life after death of course.
Like all the vicissitudes of life on earth I believe that if there is an afterlife then it is also varied in manifold ways and not just two or three states/outcomes.
"it is easy to grow crazy"
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