Where Is McVeigh Going?

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beliefnet@morality
5/10/2001 3:26 PM
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What do you think will happen to Timothy McVeigh's soul after his execution?



revinpitts
5/10/2001 5:18 PM
2 out of 339

McVeigh is unrepentent andproud of his atrocity.

It's reported that he has sought no spiritual advisor. In his interviews, he quotes lyrics from AC/DC and other hard rock bands, but does not even attempt to justify himself using any greater moral or spiritual authority.

Tim McVeigh has chosen to separate himself from God and humanity, and to base his existence on self-righteous anger and alienation. That's a pretty good description of hell.

I don't believe that God willingly sends anyone to hell. As a Christian, I don't wish sucha fate for anyone, either. But there are people who insist on it. Tim McVeigh may well be one.

For his sake, I hope not. But it's not my call.




American3.14
5/10/2001 5:19 PM
3 out of 339

I don't believe in the existence of the soul, so I think his life as a human will be over. End of story. Sort of. The elements of his body will become part of the earth, part of the air. Some day a meteor could hit the Earth and the particles that were once Timothy McVeigh could become space dust.



revinpitts
5/10/2001 5:20 PM
4 out of 339

McVeigh is unrepentent andproud of his atrocity.

It's reported that he has sought no spiritual advisor. In his interviews, he quotes lyrics from AC/DC and other hard rock bands, but does not even attempt to justify himself using any greater moral or spiritual authority.

Tim McVeigh has chosen to separate himself from God and humanity, and to base his existence on self-righteous anger and alienation. That's a pretty good description of hell.

I don't believe that God willingly sends anyone to hell. As a Christian, I don't wish sucha fate for anyone, either. But there are people who insist on it. Tim McVeigh may well be one.

For his sake, I hope not. But it's not my call.



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