[quote="NonServiam, post:12, topic:292854"]
If it's the Catholic God, under some interpretations at least, I'll be sent to Hell where I will suffer forever.
The same thing will happen to me if the Muslim god turns out to be real, too. And in that case, the same thing will happen to you.
Or if some other god turns out to be the real god.
It's not a "complete other topic" -- it's absolutely relevant to the thread. You're pretending that the only two options are "The Catholic God exists" and "No gods exist," but that's a false dichotomy.
There are thousands of different possibilities, one for every god or interpretation of god.
You can't just pluck out one god and pretend it's either that god or nothing.
Sent? No, you choose to turn your back to God. Like any relationship both have to face each other. God is always ready to embrace you.
FYI - Jews, Muslims and Catholics worship the very same God, that of Abraham. The Muslims receiving mechanism is fouled up and the Jews do not accept His son.
Nope - only one possibility. Truth. To parse through religions one only has to start looking at their truth claims. Those that honestly search always find the "fullness of truth" in Catholicism.