Well, I thought I'd bring this topic up because this blogger - who is a follower of God, and has his own twitter handle @aheartforgod wrote about this, and this is what said about "10 people that won't make it to heaven." Obviously, its not his decision, its up to the lord [if you don't believe in religion, that's okay].
After he sent this out as a tweet, I replied with this:
But, anyways, here's what he said on his blog http://aheartforgod.blogspot.com/200...ven-after.html
This guy must be stupid or something because if you follow "christian values" and other religious values, the one key thing that pastors tell everybody "All your sins are forgiven, and were washed away by Jesus'10 people who won't be in heaven after they die (1 Corinthians 6:9-10): (Each term is a link to Webster's definition.)
Fornicators. Having sex outside of marriage.
Idolaters. Offering devotion to something or someone above Christ.
Adulterers. Cheating on your husband or wife.
Effeminate (by perversion). A woman being a man; a man being a woman.
Homosexuals. Having sex with the same sex.
Thieves. Stealing someone else's goods.
The Covetous. Obsessively desiring someone's stuff.
Drunkards. Excessively drinking alcohol.
Revilers. Speaking abusively.
Swindlers. Capturing money, goods or property through deception.
So the point here - what religion do you think this guy follows? Because from what I remember, God loves everyone, and if he get into trouble, that's okay because you can always stir back on the right track - who is the guy to judge others? Obviously a nobody, but according to his Twitter followers, he has a lot of people that believe in the crap that he tries to preach, and its not powerful - because even drunks get drunk, and perhaps, have a relationship with God.
But, telling people who can't enter heaven? That's not his business, nor his place to say.
So, after reading his 10 lists, what does everyone think?