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Where do you think people go when they die? And what makes you sure about your answer?

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If they have accepted Jesus as their savior, I do believe they go to heaven.

What makes me sure? I believe in Jesus and nothing can deter me from my faith, not after God took my mom but placed me where I could get more out of life.

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TiffanyWilcox

heaven if they've excepted Jesus Christ for their personal savior. Hell if they did not. The Bible.

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Like the parts that permit rape, murder of gays adulters and anyone who does not believe.
Read the bible if you don't believe me!
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Ditto and i know people who have felt and been answered by god and i trust them so i know its true :)

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Either heaven or hell depending on your actions! My BIBLE n FAITH

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spirit world.

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We probably just rot in a hole in the ground, but this heaven thing sounds appealing

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Since die they can#039;t go no where!

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666_Maggots

To a graveyard, I'm sure cause I've seen a couple of grave yards.

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We don't know, and we never will know. You can either live with that truth, or paste over it with myths, as man has done since the dawn of time. Those who cannot live with the unknown have convinced themselves that we go to ethereal lands of pain or pleasure based upon our beliefs and actions. Those who however accept that we will never know commonly believe that we simply stop existing, which would neither be pain nor pleasure nor anything at all. The only perceived undesirability of this non-existence is the thought of not going to some sort of world designed purely for your eternal pleasure, a concept which in all honesty is probably equally non-existent.

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Very well written.
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In Valhalla. Eternal conquest, riches and women awaits!

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Nowhere, I base my opinion on observation of the world around me. I have seen no evidence to support any religion, but people are suckers for a happy ending so it just keeps hanging around.

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