Im the Catholic.
The other two are fellow students living in halls with me.
The agnostic was born Orthodox but doesnt really believe in God much, just accepts Him because its obvious to him he exists.
The Orthodox guy thinks that there is truth, but it is only to be found through prayer by ourselves, and that Christ didnt mean for all these churches. Thus, there is some truth in every denomination. But ultimately, all of them are wrong.
The agnostic tells me that he hates God, because it means that his life has no purpose, and that if he is just someones creation, he is not really free. So, he knows God exists, but really doesnt want to find Him, because it will lead to a life of submission i guess.
The problem is this, they have both been fed vast amounts of anti - Catholic literature. One thinking that indulgences were a ticket out of hell.
The agnostic wants to go to hell (im really befuddled on how to approach this) because he hates God, and he argues anyway that Truth is relative.d
Yesterday we had a long long discussion (3-4 hours worth of it). First of all, it was myself and the Orthodox guy arguing against the atheist, then both of them on me about all the bad things popes have done, they didnt get the definition of infallibility. And a million other points.
Since they were both baptised in the Orthodox Church, its not coincidence we all became friends, how do i save them from a hell they do not understand?