Question For Christians?

Say theres this kid. Hes a great kid, and was always looking to help people out whenever he could. He was brilliant as well, and made perfect grades throughout his school career. All the way up to high school where he graduates a year early with straight A's. He moves on to college, then med school, then... show more Say theres this kid. Hes a great kid, and was always looking to help people out whenever he could. He was brilliant as well, and made perfect grades throughout his school career. All the way up to high school where he graduates a year early with straight A's. He moves on to college, then med school, then gets a job as a surgeon. This guy is saving people lives every day. Hes so good at his job in fact, that by the age of 30, this guy is making 500k a year. Now thats a pretty decent chunk of money, and you could live a real nice life off of that. Alright, now don't get me wrong, this guy lived a pretty nice life using that money, bought himself a nice house with a beautiful yard and a gorgeous sports car. But not as nice of a house as he could have with that kind of money, and not as nice of a car either for that matter. This is because half of his money goes straight to charity. Even in his wealth he still helps people just like when he was a boy. Charity donations aren't the only thing he does though; in the little free time he has, hes at the animal shelter or the soup kitchen, etc, volunteering the only time he has away from his pretty difficult job to helping in any way he can. He was great at everything he did; he was a favorite among the hospital staff because of his sense of humor, kindness, and ability to stay extremely calm under the pressure of someones life being on the line. At his volunteer locations he was always the favorite among the animals at the shelter, and the homeless that visited the soup kitchen. Due to being so good at his job, he eventually was making enough money that he could retire early, and decided to settle down at the age of 40. He married and had a couple of kids, and started his own charity organization. He spent the remainder of his life raising millions of dollars in donations and then giving it all away to whoever needed it. Storm victims, the homeless, etc. When he finally died peacfully in his bed at the age of 85, people considerted him one of the greatest people of their time. Everyone agreed that he had a nice spot in heaven waiting for him. One problem though, he was an atheist. So, according to most christians, no faith in god equals no heaven, and eternal suffering in hell. Despite his saint like acts throughout his entire life, he gets to spend the rest of his life in eternal suffering.
Now lets move on to the next guy. Not much to say about this low life. He never made higher than a c at school, and works as a fry cook at McDonalds. He spends his time after work sitting in his own filth in his apartment, watching tv and smoking cigarrettes. He barely ever gets up from his couch and contributes absolutely nothing to society, besides tasty hamburgers. The only time he leaves his home on the weekends is for his sunday church service. Once he gets home, he plops himself down on the couch and switches on the tv, where he remains until its time for work on monday. He dies at the age of 39 from a heart attack. But, hes christian! So he gets to spend the rest eternety in bliss and happiness in heaven.

Now explain to me how this makes sense.
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