We believe that everyone has the chance to hear and choose to accept the full gospel of Jesus Christ. If not on this earth, then in the Spirit world after this life where we all go to await judgement day.<quoted text>If you have faith in a God,maybe not the true God as you described, let say a muslim or hindu, does that keep you from eternal hell? Or do you have to be christian no matter what denomination to escape the everlasting torture by God?
Since I know several will say that isn't Biblical, I'll remind them of the scriptures where Christ mentions a prison, and a paradise. This is the Spirit world. For example, Christ went to teach the souls in prison after His death. Why, if they had no chance to accept His teachings? To mock them? I don't think so.
So I would imagine that all the people who didn't believe there is an afterlife, they may be more willing to listen after they are still aware of their surroundings after death, right? Now, I don't know if people will have another chance to hear it if they already rejected it on earth. Who knows? But I would imagine hearing only pieces of the gospel isn't really fair, since they are still kind of ignorant of the full gospel, even if the ignorance was willful. I would think they would still have the ability to learn it in its entirety and then decide. Not for me to make those rules though.
Anyway, as I said before, that is why we do baptisms for the dead. Since we believe that baptism is a necessary ordinance for salvation, we do this work for them, in case they decide in the Spirit world to accept the gospel. It's still their choice.