|OK, Rostos, let's see if you can connect these dots:
Posted: 2/20/2012 12:28:02 PM
1. You state that murder is morally wrong according to God.
2. Thus, killing yourself is morally wrong.
3. You also state that God will forgive you sins if you believe in him. Thus, He would forgive your sin if you killed yourself and let you into heaven, correct? If you truly believed in him, he would have to forgive you, right?
4. Thus, the true believer who kills himself goes right to heaven.
How can you say a behavior is morally wrong but at the same time the being who will judge that person has the ability to forgive said behavior?
All you are saying is that there are no consequences as long as you believe. Is that part of the sacrifice you're referring to when you say you live by God's laws?