Frank Walton: Consistent Part 2
Frank Walton was kind enough to respond to my questions. Let's see what he has to say:
But the question arises, should unrepentant atheists, upon their death, be cast into Hell forever?
Yes. But why should that matter to an atheist anyway? You almost make it sound like it's absolutely wrong.
What are Frank's thoughts on the Christian belief that atheists are doomed to Hell for all eternity?
Everybody deserves to go to hell, even Christians. The only difference is we have Jesus who justified us in the eyes of God.
So according to Frank, Christians don't deserve their "get out of Hell free" card. Frank, through his endorsement of the eternal torture of Christians, is implying that he does not agree with the concept of salvation. I wonder if Frank can confirm this, or help clear it up, because it certainly is confusing. After all, Frank is a Christian who believes that he will end up in Heaven... so why would he want this fate if the feels that he actually deserves eternal torture in Hell?
Does Frank believe that this is proper and just?
So Frank believes that eternal torture in Hell for both Christians and non-Christians is proper and just. I daresay that this is quite a bit more evil and maniacal than the allegation that the Rational Response Squad wants Christians to "drop dead."
Does Frank want atheists to be cast into Hell when they die? Why or why not?
No, I don't want that. Thank you for asking! You've just given me the opportunity to repudiate your premise.
But wait a second! Just a moment ago, Frank said that he believes that everyone, Christian and non-Christian alike deserve eternal torture in Hell! But now he says that he doesn't want atheists to end up there.
So Frank thinks that atheists should not get what he believes they properly and justly deserve? Maybe I'm just a stupid atheist, but this makes absolutely no sense to me. Let's see what else Frank has to say:
Indeed I would still be consistent in that I want people to live a meaningful life and NOT go to hell. I hope and pray that they would become Christians.
But what does that matter anyway? According to Frank, Christians and atheist both deserve eternal torture in Hell. Yet, Frank also indicates that he doesn't want either Christians or atheists to receive the torture in Hell that they so properly and justly deserve.
Is Frank rebelling against God's plan? I doubt that Frank would admit that! So how does Frank justify his contention that he thinks that nobody should receive what they rightly deserve?
Indeed, it's so unintelligible...
It sure is, Frank. It sure is.