Yes, I have a question. Will this be thought of by anyone as a moral victory? Obviously those of us screaming in agony will have immediately forgotten about morality, or indeed any happiness that we've ever experienced in this life. But I wonder, Christians, will any of you look at that spectacle, billions of screaming but deathless humans, realizing that the torment will never, never end--in a thousand years you could come back and still see us there, ever the same, screaming and flailing in agony, knowing that the previous thousand years are nothing compared to eternity--and, just for a second, wonder if it's really the right thing?
I am often confused by Christian "compassion", especially when I think about the above. I hate Yahweh, and I think that it's excellent that gays, lesbians, and bisexuals have found extended avenues for sexual pleasure, and I believe in compassion. It seems that I'm the opposite of a Christian. A Christian will read the above paragraph and be unmoved, while I can't think of a human being being burned alive for even a thousand seconds without cringing. Even if the human was Hitler. Torture is just wrong. If you're offended by my sympathy for Hitler in particular, read this.
Will any of you, filled as you are with Jesus' messages of compassion, ever go to Yahweh and ask him to put a stop to it? You know he won't, but with the last shred of decency in your human heart, wouldn't you just want to try? No matter how "wrong" any of us was during life, being the best dad and the best man I can but hating Yahweh for putting this future in front of me? To ask him to please have mercy on all of us billions? Would you even be able to formulate the question with our screams ringing in your ears? Wouldn't you experience a sort of madness?
Best answer, posted by "Graciela, RIRS"
My response: This is one of the most beautiful things I've ever read. I'm jealous of you, but hopeful that I can somehow join you in that place. Still trying.