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the best part is the condemnation to hell right at birth! the only way to to be saved is by accepting jesus' sacrifice (not by confessing to the oneness of god and submitting to his command which was always the same message conveyed since prophets started walking this earth, including jesus), an acceptance which is compromised by a sinful nature unwillingly placed in human beings by god himself which makes people lean towards evil and rejecting god, what a paradox..one really has to fight against all odds, against god's will and wrath in order to be saved by post-jesus christian standards

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If I'm correct we have a sort of "purgatory" like belief in Islam. We believe disbelievers will go to hell forever, even if good, however their good deeds will make them in a less painful part of hellfire then those who were both disbelievers and did crimes and bad deeds without repenting. But then with believers, believers will all one day go to Jannah (Heaven) for all eternity, Insha Allah. However, we all will have our deeds weighed by Allah(SWT) and if even after our Belief we still have enough bad deeds we haven't repented or paid for (i.e. like paying back things taken in theft, or asking forgiveness from anyone we've hurt, etc.) we may them possibly go to hell for a time period, May Allah(SWT) protect all of us from this. These believers with enough bad deeds, would possibly go to hell for a set period (only known and determined by Almighty Allah) to in a sense "burn off" their bad deeds. Then after this set time in hell, they will then go to Heaven for the rest of eternity since they had at least a mustard seed of belief in Islam in their heart.

Edited by Abdul-Rahman Brent

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I like the purgatory idea. Kind of a second chance in case you missed the first time.

In islam we do have barzakh, something like purgatory.. life after death but before judgment day...

the flow chart is funny but confusing at first.. it can be made more simple or simplistic looking..

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Flow charts are always cute, but in my experience with them, they seldom work. Once there is a set plan drawn out, it is human nature to think outside the box.

Can you imagine how confusing this chart would be if you added a box for denomination?

Start here...Protestant/Catholic...denomination...

The flow chart would turn into a spider web, lol.

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