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  1. Mar 13, 2013 · There are many in the Orthodox Church who have taught that heaven and hell are the same place. For all will experience the full glory of God. There is that old song that goes, “The same sun that melts the wax, hardens clay. The same rain that drowns the rats, grows the hay.”.

  2. In this life, to be an Orthodox Christian means belonging to the Orthodox Church. It is not something you can do by yourself or as part of a separate group. Orthodox Christians believe that other Christian or even non-Christian religions may teach some of the truth of the Gospel but that the fullness of the Christian faith is found only in ...

  3. Christians believe that God is revealed through three dimensions: the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit. Jesus is considered the son of God, born to the virgin Mary and come to Earth to offer redemption for mankind's sins. After Jesus was crucified and executed by the Romans, he rose from the dead and ascended into heaven.

  4. What religious groups believe about heaven, hell, purgatory, etc. What does the Bible say about heaven, hell, purgatory, etc? Salvation: beliefs of Christians both now and in the 1 st & 2 nd centuries about who will go to Heaven and who to Hell.

  5. On the surface at least, it’s clear enough that the various religions of the world are different. Theists believe in one personal God; Hindus believe in many gods; atheists deny any God exists. Just on that issue alone, the differences are obvious. Add to that the many beliefs about the dilemma of the human race and how it is to be solved.

  6. Apr 12, 2012 · Muslims believe in a Day of Judgment, when righteous souls will go to heaven and wrongdoers will go to hell. Islam’s views of Judaism and Christianity. Islam sees Judaism and Christianity as earlier versions of Islam, revelations given within the same tradition by Allah but misunderstood over time by their followers.

  7. Aug 28, 2006 · We believe that children who pass on before they are old enough to understand what being born again means personally, will go to heaven. I hope this helps you make your decision in what to do with your child. It must be difficult trying to work between different beliefs. We will be praying for you. T.