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Stevehill's Avatar Jump to comment 21 by Stevehill

Do you have a source for the "billions do not believe in hell" statement?

I didn't say that. I'm no theologian but my understanding is that there is no prima facie assumption that a non-catholic who has never been made aware of the "good news" (some three month old in Tibet say) is going to burn forever.

Most Catholics and indeed Protestants have a far more nuanced, and forgiving, view these days.

I won't presume to excuse Pentacostalists, Evangelists and Presbyterians, who are all stark raving mad. But in most parts of the world they are also a minority.

Harris should at east give credit where it is due: lots of Christians, and Christian charities, do lots of good work. There are many things to attack them for, and deservedly so, but lack of morality is reaching...

Actually I wish more Christians would practice the morality their own Bible tells them to. Rather than fleecing their followers, Camping style. Or covering up paedophilia, Pope style.

Tue, 24 May 2011 21:35:37 UTC | #630443