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Sunday, December 11, 2016

All Dogs Go To Hell

If dogs can go to heaven, then dogs can go to hell as well.
So, maybe all dogs go to hell.

Which would actually be much more logical, since:

  1. all of creation is fallen,
  2. thus dogs are fallen
  3. Heaven is only attainable through sacramental grace.
  4. Dogs are not baptized
  5. Therefore, dogs don't receive sacramental grace,
  6. Thus, if dogs have souls, their souls must be fallen (along with the rest of creation), they have no baptism to save them, and thus no means to be healed of their fallen state.

CONCLUSION: All dogs go to hell.


Either accept that conclusion or stop pretending pets are persons. Pets don't have immortal souls - they die, they are done. They disappear. Period. End of story.


DJR said...

This is a simplistic and non-thinking assertion. In fact, it contains an error in the very first premise:

"1.all of creation is fallen,"


Does that include the Blessed Virgin Mary? How about guardian angels? Saints Michael, Raphael, Gabriel?

If number 1 is correct, then those billions of created beings are fallen, including Christ's Mother.

That, or they weren't created, which would be an even greater problem for the premise.

The fact that the first premise is not even correct, and wildly incorrect, shows that there was not much thought given to the subject matter.

Steve Kellmeyer said...

Yes, the same charge can be laid at St. Paul's door.
Romans 3:23 says the same thing I said in one (1):
"for all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God."

Which means:
-My phrasing is wrong, since I did not give it sufficient thought.
-St. Paul's phrasing is wrong, since St. Paul did not give it sufficient thought.
-God's phrasing is wrong, since God did not give it much thought.

You alone are correct.

All of the above may be true, but, personally, I am comfortable with the company I keep in my error, so I will stick with what I have.