I never did like it when someone tells another person they are going to hell. It's rude and very unkind. If there's a God, leave that decision up to God and don't even talk about it at all. And Christians are supposed to pray for Atheists, not get in their face and tell them that they are going to hell.<quoted text>So people get brought back out of hell, so everyone else can know just who did and who didn't kiss ass well? Yeah, yippee, just what you want, huh? You need the satisfaction of seeing your neighbor, your lousy cousin, and your grandmother in the line coming up from hell? Imagine your surprise and embarassment when you are forced to join them.
Ha, ha, that any living human thinks they will evade death is ludicrous, that they think that they will skate past the "all bastards burn" buybull clause is impossible. If the buybull god is real, then 99.999999% of all humans will burn because there is a bastard in their family's linage.
I know some Atheists who can often be more kind, moral and considerate than some Theists that I know. I think good deeds from an Atheist are often more commendable than good deeds from a Theist, because the Atheist is not trying to assure themselves some ticket to heaven, they are merely doing it out of kindness. That's not to say that they have no reward at all in the back of their minds. Their reward is to live up to an ideal that they have created for themselves for whatever reason have to create that. But that's certainly not as big of a reward as a ticket to heaven. So I see kindness from an Atheist as more pure, even though it's not fully pure in either case.