The same thing (whatever it is) will happen to me when I die as will happen to you when you die. All of your knowledge and memories will vanish as quickly as your brain quits functioning. What you "know" will be lost unless you bothered to leave a record of it when you were alive. It doesn't matter what you thought or knew to be true when you were alive - you will still just be dead - like all people before you.Christianity vs catholicism for you.
ASM, after D you should have made E this:
Someone knows the truth, but not you.
The truth doesn't matter. How so?
Since you don't watch South Park, you probably missed the episode when Kenny died and went to Heaven - Heaven was full of Mormons because they were the ones who "got it right" - which is especially funny when you see South Park's explanation of Mormonism - according the SP, Mormons believe the MOST outrageous version of Christianity. The point is: If everyone believes themselves to be right and everyone is conflicted about what is true - only a very few people could make it to Heaven - you'd have to be faithful, virtuous, AND lucky! Hell must be full of people who THOUGHT they were going to Heaven, huh?
So many of you seem like strong, confident Christians - but you disagree on just about everything. How could God have intended this? Christianity has an enormous number of followers - you separate yourselves from the people in your own group! Maybe your diversity is a built in safe-check to make sure you don't take over the world.