>>5737>Like i said, living as it is here on earth is not a priority or precious to religious folk because heaven is the ultimate goal.
that's not quite right either. while certainly it's not quite as good as what comes after, life as it currently is still possesses some genuine worth since it holds much of what's to come after (albeit buried under a mountain of issues). the spiritual joys, for lack of a better term, are still present in the current life and are merely obscured, with the new heaven and new earth being a promise of refinement of existence.>i might get the specifics wrong and every individual delusional religionfag has their own feelings about their doctrines but they all believe there is a better place is my point. Implying that this is not a good enough place.
sorry, i misunderstood, i thought what you were trying to say was that all Abrahamic religions viewed life and physical existence as a burden in of itself, and sought to be rid of it. It's a rather common accusation, and while i can't say for certain about other Abrahamic religions, it is rather unfounded in the case of Christianity, since it has an explicit hope for a second period of being clothed in flesh, except with all of the kinks ironed-out so to speak.>Also why would there be hell or heaven if its all gonna be fixed?
like i said in my first post, they're supposed to be waiting rooms of a sort, which they'll come out of on judgement day.