Is it part of being saved to inform those who don't believe as you that they are doomed?

Does your pastor tell you that you have to inform everyone of their damnation? What part of your faith tells you that judgment must be given by you personally? If you don't inform people of their damnation, will you be going to hell?


ETA: Do you have to wait for the person to ask you or do you just tell them what you want to tell them?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Yeah, great. Now just imagine for a moment how the world would look like if all Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Pagans etc. had the same idea: informing people that since they don't accept Allah/Vishnu/Shiva/Thor/insertGodhere they'll face eternal damnation. There wouldn't be much room to talk about anything else, would there?

    You want to save people? Save them some time: wear a T-shirt, saying "You're all going to hell", or "damn you unbelievers" or something like that, and leave it at that. No, really.

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  • 1 decade ago

    You are to witness to people with godly love. You should not tell them if they dont accept

    Christ they will go to hell. You dont condemn them or pass judgement. You are to lead

    them to Christ. You plant the seedd the Lord will water it and make it grow. Tell them

    about the rewards of being a Christian and the results of not being one. The person you

    witness to will have to make the decision for themself.

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