Why Steve Jobs is burning in hell

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Steve Jobs was a remarkable businessman. He was a genuine visionary, and how many businessmen could be described as visionary? Along with his success as a businessman, he created jobs around the world that supported many families. If one could weigh his contribution to the world, we can assume he had a positive impact on the lives of millions.

Nevertheless, Steve Jobs is now burning in hell. He is roasting, with weeping and gnashing of teeth, and will do so for all eternity. How do I know this is true? Why is Steve Jobs in hell?

The reason Steve Jobs is in hell is because he was a Buddhist.

As Christians know, all Buddhists go to hell. And it’s not that Buddhists are singled out as especially wicked. Each and every Muslim will also go to hell. So will all Hindus, Mormons, and the majority of Catholics. Everyone who does not accept conservative Christian dogma by being born-again is damned. Salvation comes thru accepting the correct theology. So sorry Steve Jobs…you belong in hell!


The damnation of Steve Jobs can be a wonderful tool for proselytism. Evangelical Christians can go to all their unsaved friends, family and acquaintances and use the fact that Steve Jobs is in hell to convert them to evangelical Christian theology. Ask them, “Do you want to be in hell like Steve Jobs when you die? If not, you need to follow my religion!” Many souls could be saved with this approach!

Then again, according to Christian belief we are saved or damned thru predestination. Before we were even born it was decided if we’d spend eternity/infinity roasting in the fires of perdition. Some might suggest this is not fair. The proper response would be: life is not fair, and neither is salvation. Get over it!

42 Responses to “Why Steve Jobs is burning in hell”

  1. Joyce Says:

    As I read this, I kept waiting for the punchline because I couldn’t believe anyone could seriously write this crap and hoped no one could tell a joke that rude. Steve Jobs was a wonderful person no matter what his religion was and I find this post highly offensive, especially after the man just died. How disrespectful! I feel sorry for anyone who is so wrapped in religious lies that they have forgotten how to think for themselves. Really? The Nazis believed in Christ, so I guess they went to heaven while the innocent people they murdered went to hell. G-d does not work that way, and Christianity is not the only religion of value.

  2. oracle Says:

    1883 F. Harrison in Pall Mall Gaz. 28 Sept. 2/1 The logical communists?bitterly complain of nationalization of the land as a device of the bourgeois to save the nationalization of capital.

    1873 J. A. Symonds Stud. Greek Poets iii. 80 He is thoroughly bourgeois, to use a modern phrase.

    1960 C. S. Lewis Stud. in Words i. 21 When I was a boy?bourgeois meant ‘not aristocratic, therefore vulgar’. When I was in my twenties this changed.? Bourgeois began to mean ‘not proletarian, therefore parasitic, reactionary’.

    1886 J. L. Joynes tr. Marx Wage-labour & Capital 11 Increase of capital?cannot abolish the opposition between his [sc. the labourer’s] interests and those of the bourgeois or capitalist class.

  3. oracle Says:

    1863 P. S. Worsley Poems & Transl. 10 The god, condescending to his child.

    1863 C. Cowden Clarke Shakespeare-characters xiv. 359 Like a true lout, he does not see that they have condescended to him, but he instantly rushes on to their level.

    1549 H. Latimer Serm. Ploughers (1868) 31, I?haue obeyed him [the Devil] a little to much in condesce[n]tinge to some follies.

    a1610 T. Rogers Leycesters Ghost (1641) 5 Some others tooke mee for a zealous man, Because good Preachers I did patronize.

    1859 ‘G. Eliot’ Adam Bede I. i. v. 112 It will hardly do for me to patronise a Methodist preacher, even if she would consent to be patronized by an idle shepherd.

    1953 M. Kennedy Troy Chimneys 51 Immense wealth and noble birth may enable a man to patronise the arts, but I suspect that they impede his capacity as a critic.

    1613 S. Purchas Pilgrimage i. iv. 18 Christ patronizeth his Disciples, plucking the eares of Corne.

  4. oracle Says:

    1597 King James VI & I Daemonologie (1924) 44 He is farre cunningner then man in the knowledge of all the occult properties of nature.

    1961 J. Heller Catch 22 xx. 202 For a few precarious seconds, the chaplain tingled with a weird, occult sensation of having experienced the identical situation before in some prior?existence.

    1795 T. Maurice Hist. Hindostan (1820) I. i. vii. 214 The stars of the hydra?became occult when the sun rose.

    1991 Healing & Wholeness Jan.–Mar. 42/2 His literature revealed that he was into every kind of religious sect and cult, including the occult, and all sorts of fringe groups.

  5. David Says:

    Hi Joyce,

    I listen to Christian radio when I get the chance. Often expressed is the belief that everyone who is not a born-again Christian will go to hell. That would necessarily include Steve Jobs, and virtually everybody else on the planet.

    I don’t share that viewpoint. But many people do. I’m playing the devil’s advocate by expressing this viewpoint. God would have to be a wicked character to send people to hell simply because of religious differences.

    If we examine the near-death experience, people of all beliefs, or no beliefs, entered heaven. Many who had the near-death experience speak of a life review, where one must experience all the good and bad they did in life. Nobody reported being judged based on religious dogma.

    The truth is Steve Jobs is NOT in hell.

    It’s ironic, but when I listen to Christian radio, instead of converting me to their way of thinking, it does the opposite.


  6. David Says:

    Hi Oracle,
    Interesting passages. Religion and the occult actually have a lot in common. Religion is in denial about this connection, but what is the difference between spiritual gifts or occult gifts? The source? Does it sometimes come from God or the Devil? I think that is why many fundamentalists are in denial of gifts of the spirit. And why I like Pentecostals who embrace direct spiritual contact.

  7. oracle Says:

    Dave while I do not hold it against you for holding your belieifs about religion so close and condeming others for not doing so, I actually respect it somewhat. The baseline has been set to some extent. I have been punished financially for holding the same types of views but in a group I did not lead. (issues of fairness and inequities in the world immigration and such). If there were a wall of paradise on one side I would be the one to show the way IN to all. Others might protect the wall to keep what is IN secret and safe. The occult and spirituality are elusive; if the intention is a message of Love and Peace other more esoteric knowledge may become available.

  8. Tommy Says:

    Good job making Christians look even more retarded…kudos :)

  9. Dave Says:

    i have to say that i agree with you, this man is a tyrant, dead or alive, i believe the devil is now using his remembrance to further the harm this man has done through the use of familiar spirits that are imitating Steve Jobs in the minds world wide of people who remember him. I feel his presence like never before, it is a dark and oppressive spirit, almost an assault. For me, Steve Jobs was an evil man that ruled an evil company, i won’t miss him and would prefer to forget him as quickly as possible, his work of false worship though technology has just begun

  10. David Says:

    Hi Tommy,
    I have nothing against Christianity. My target is intolerance. Most of my family and friends are Catholics. My argument is with Christians who’d suggest Catholics (or any belief) are damned. Recently a preacher friend of Texas Governor Rick Perry got a lot of press by suggesting Mormonism is a cult. That would mean Mormons are also damned. Mormons have a right to their beliefs; it is no less wacky then evangelical Christianity. The difference is evangelical Christianity has gigantic political power, and Mormons are a tiny minority. Mormons can’t inflict their beliefs on society, but elements of Christianity sure can.

    My post was tongue-in-cheek. Here is a post about the same topic that is NOT. Folks, this is what we are up against: http://www.cybergenica.com/blog/business-post/is-steve-jobs-in-burning-in-hell/

    I left a comment on this blog, I’ll repeat it here:

    If the Bible said all Buddhists go to hell, then the Bible is wrong. If Jesus said all Buddhists go to hell, then Jesus is wrong. Or perhaps, those who interpret the bible and Jesus are the only ones who say all Buddhist go to hell? Then those who interpret the Bible and Jesus are wrong.


  11. David Says:

    I’d suggest Bill Gates is actually the Anti-Christ, not Steve Jobs. Microsoft is the laboratory of the Devil! Microsoft is diabolical…EVIL!

    Ok, Microsoft was yesterday’s devil. Microsoft is so yesterday…yawn. Google is now the DEVIL! Or is it Facebook?

  12. oracle Says:

    Just sayin our beleifs and passions about them make us who we are. If your site were named accordingly “Occult views with a Religious overtone” then a discourse would be less disjointed and less flip flopping and backtracking. Most christians’ do not follow occult. So credibility becomes an issue in my mind. I have taken some Religion and Cultural diversity classes this looks like a hit job to me. OK to open your mind be skeptical but here is the ‘truth.’

  13. David Says:

    Hi Oracle,

    Religion and alternative spiritual beliefs deal with the same thing…spirituality. The difference between religion and occult views is the source of spiritual authority. With religion, we have a priesthood interpreting a scripture and telling us how to think. Otherwise we are rebels choosing to think for ourselves.

    Occultism/paganism/any alternative belief, they can all be defined by one word…heretic. “Heretic” includes anything any religion disagrees with. Evangelical Christians are heretics in the opinion of some Muslims. We are all heretics.

    I’ll be dogmatic about one thing. Buddhists do not go to hell. I wrote this post as a protest against religious intolerance, but apparently it did not come across as ironic but was taken at face value.

    When Steve Jobs died, I mentioned to someone I knew that he was a Buddhist, and they quietly muttered, “He’s in hell”. That inspired my post.


  14. Moonrush Says:

    the fact is that Jesus said in John 14:6 ‘Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me
    John 10:1 Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber
    I would never say that Steve Jobs is burning in hell because I don’t know what was going on in his heart before he died and neither does the person that is claiming he is in hell.
    But I will tell you this, either Jesus is who he says he is or he is one of the biggest frauds who ever lived. I tend to believe that he is who he says he is and the Holy Spirit who HE promised testifies in my spirit that it is so. God does not send anyone to hell, they send themselves by rejecting the truth of the Gospel

  15. David Says:

    Hi Moonrush,

    There is a third way. Jesus could still be the way, truth and life, and no man cometh unto the Father but by Jesus. What if Jesus died not only for born-again Christians, but all humanity regardless of their beliefs?

    Look at this from a divine perspective and not limited by humanity’s narrow viewpoint. We take these passages too literally. Jesus also said he would return soon, and yet we still wait. If we take that literally, it would mean Jesus was wrong. Or did Jesus actually mean something else?

    “No man cometh unto the Father but by me (Jesus)” could be true, since obviously nobody can enter heaven outside the will of God. We enter heaven because Jesus allows it; he welcomes everyone. Now, we all have free will and some people may refuse heaven for whatever reason; perhaps shame?

    It is simply not possible for a true God to condemn anyone to eternal damnation simple because of a difference of opinion concerning theology. It is simply impossible. Therefore, the only logical conclusion is that our understanding of Christianity is flawed. I take this viewpoint. We don’t understand God, and we still don’t understand Jesus. We only assume we do.

    How to prove my point? Here is a story about the last words of Steve Jobs:

    According to these articles (links below):

    During his sister’s eulogy for Steve Jobs, she said “Jobs’s last words were “OH WOW. OH WOW. OH WOW.”

    Steve Jobs’ Final Words Shared in Sister’s Eulogy

    ‘Oh Wow’: What Do Steve Jobs’s Last Words Really Mean?

    I believe Steve Jobs, as he died, entered heaven. He saw it as he expired, and was able to express what he saw with a final breath. People who had the near-death experience are of all faiths and beliefs, and nobody is refused the tunnel of light because of their religion.

    Here is wonderful documentary about the near-death experience.


    I was particularly impressed by the experience of the lady who, during her experience, asked those in the tunnel of light if the light was God. Those who awaited her in the tunnel said no, the light was not God…the light was the breath of God.


  16. la mona Says:

    the CREATOR IS a creator of life. loves ‘all’ people as
    they are created in HIS image, it is written in HIS book (quantum physics based) that HE judges on the heart inside each person, not on the outside. no human can read another heart but HIS CREATOR. HE can/could destroy, but as a loving FATHER FULL OF GRACE extends mercy and forgiveness
    to all who ask. to any who seek HIM whole heartedly HE becomes revealed to them. therefore no human can coerce or force any adult into truth of HIS great love. inside each person HE created a resistance to forcefulness, as love is responded to and is without fear. if someone is using fear, coersion, force, promises, any type of manipulation even financial perks they are imposters, and do not represent HIM. therefore are not from HIM. run fr them, that is from the destroyer, the trickster.

  17. Ry Says:

    Hello everyone, bottom line is, and in Christs own words…”no one comes to the father but through me” ie if Steve Jobs did not repent of his sinful nature and accept Christ as his redeemer then he most certainly is absent from God and in Hell, I will Quote ” All have sinned and come short of the glory of God” “For Whosoever believe in me (Jesus) shall not perish but have eternal Life”

  18. David Says:

    Hi Ry,

    What is sinful nature? Whenever we act without love, we sin. Sin is the absence of love. Nobody can possibly have unconditional love for everybody all the time. Human beings can barely focus on anything for long, and we all have an imperfect love. Perfection is not humanly possible.

    Is this any reason to damn someone to eternal torture? Because we are not perfect? That does not make sense. And I’d suggest if we don’t think it makes sense, it makes far less sense to God.


  19. David Says:

    Hi La Mona,
    You hit on the truth…love. People who had the near-death experience said they encountered a force of true unconditional love. And that brief exposure to it so changed their lives afterwards. The truth is really that simple, so why can’t we recognize it? The reason the universe was created was so love can exist. That is why we are here…to learn to love. Love is the secret of existence, hidden in plain sight before everyone, yet it takes a lifetime (or more) to discover it.

  20. JEAN Says:

    To all of you–Jesus is the way,the truth and the life..No one comes to the father except through him..There’s a book I heard about that talks of a lady who claims to have been speaking to God(Jesus)for a quarter of a decade or so(more or less) and God(Jesus) supposedly said(if I remember correctly) that Roman Catholics, Protestants, Presbyterians etc(basically all legit Christian religions) are all “His” children..There was no mention of Muslims, Buddhists etc! Free will exists only while we’re alive..When we die, we’ve no control over where we end up–Heaven, Hell or maybe even Purgatory.. Yes Jesus died to redeem us of our sins but we must be in God’s Grace in order to enter Heaven by believing in the one true God(Jesus) and follow the 10 Commandments etc..Anything outside of this would just draw a path for us straight to the fires of Hell..Souls that go there stay there forever and each and every soul is tortured,tormented in different ways, varying degrees depending on the sins he or she has committed in life..HAPPY READING AND GOD BLESS!!!!

  21. David Says:

    Hi Jean,

    I respect your position. However, I know people who are not Christians. Pagans for instance. They wonderful people, the only difference being their viewpoint toward religion. Damnation over a point of view? Nah, not possible. That would be unethical, and then God would have to be unethical. An unjust God? I’d suggest the choice is between an unjust God or our own mistaken beliefs.

    If we want to know the mind of God, then interact with people of different faiths. You will discover a truth. It is hard to get all high and mighty about your own religion when you meet other people who are perfectly happy with their own faith. If you only hang out with people who share your own beliefs, you’ll be stunted in your spiritual development. Visit the churches of other religions and you’ll understand where I am coming from.


  22. Eric Says:

    We could not judge anyone will going to hell or heaven after death. The one who could decide our final destination is God. Even Jesus could not has the decision power. We all Christians know without the blood of Jesus, we could not have a close relation with God. Just concentrate our relationship with god and let dead people dead.

  23. David Says:

    Hi Eric,
    I agree with you, only God really knows. My blog is about all kinds of crazy stuff, so I am the last person to cast stones at anyone’s belief. However, I do criticize two things on my blog…religious fundamentalism (Christian, Muslim, et cetera) and atheism. I consider fundamentalism/atheism the flip sides of the same coin. That coin being a closed mind. I can be a great friend with an open-minded atheist or fundamentalist. The problem, is there such a thing?

  24. anon Says:

    Maranatha. I agree with your whole article -although according to scripture, Satan is not in hell/hades/sheol-hades yet, nor does he or will he ever ‘preside or torture’ anyone there.

    He is the prince of the power of the ‘air’ and will NOT be thrown into Sheol-Hades until the beginning of the millenium,

    The antichrist/beast/and the false prophet/false messiah will be cast into
    the Lake of Fire (not Sheol-Hades) at the end of the Battle of Armageddon.

    Satan the devil HImself is cast into the Lake of Fire (where the Beast and the False Prophet ARE) at the end of the millenium.

    This unholy Satanic trinity does not even stand at the Great White Throne Judgement – God deals with them swiftly as the Word of God plainly demonstrates. When it comes to Hades or Gehenna, they preside over nothing, but are punished like all those who are there.

    Steve Jobs is in Sheol-Hades in the ‘holding cell’ in torture, awaiting the end of the millenium where he will be judged at the Great White Throne.

    His name, missing from the Lamb’s Book of LIfe will result in his being cast into the Lake of Fire – Gehenna, with all other unbelievers of every age. Only THEN will he and they ‘be’ with Satan, AntiChrist, the false Prophet and every demon AND every unbeliever… they will be in eternal fire and scorching darkness ‘alone’ and ‘eternally lonely/guilty’ … forever in Eternity.

    Believers will be in the New Heaven and Earth, and in the New Jerusalem.

    Unbelievers will be in Gehenna, being tortured in the presence of the Lamb and the Heavenly Angels … ” The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb: ” Revelation 14:1

    Maranatha John 3:3, 3:16

  25. David Says:

    Hi Anon,
    I found interesting your description of Steve Jobs in a “holding cell”. This somewhat matches what some people experienced during a near-death experience as the “void”. A good explanation of the void/holding cell is offered here:
    However, for most this was a temporary thing and they soon went on to heaven. Since it appears time/space does not exist in the spiritual realm judgment day happens nearly immediately. From people’s personal accounts, heaven does not discriminate based on religion or theology.

  26. william squyres Says:

    Steve Jobs is working for Apple again. He is heading up Apple’s new environmental test facility which Apple will use to ensure that their products work at high temperatures. Apple plan that staff numbers at this facility will greatly increase over the coming years. In fact eventually most employees of Apple will be transfered to this facility. When asked Steve Jobs agreed that conditions were not very pleasant in the new Apple facility although he emphasised that they were much better than those enjoyed by Foxconn’s employees in China.

  27. wickedness IN HIghplaces Says:

    wow,the word of god says,the fool says in his heart,there is no god,jesus is coming back soon,wickedness is everywhere,murders,serial killers,people stabbing killing,list goes on,can t go a week without seeing on tv,somebody blasting 10 innocents cause he s pissed off,bible says ,dont give the devil a foothoold in your anger,nobodys safe,more occult dogma being fed to the masses via media,tv ,movies ,music,can t watch a movie these days with out seeing satanic masonic freemason symbolism every where,were actually being brasin washed to accept paranormal activity like it really exists,lucifer satan walks around like roaring lion,seeking whom he could devour,scary times ahead,when all the christians,christs church,hears that trumpet sound,we wont be around to see the evil which the devil will unleash across the planet,worlds already getting prepared for an eventual one world government,almost a cashless society,number of the beast is a real thing,people.

  28. David Says:

    Hi William,
    Steve Jobs, being a Buddhist, should have believed in reincarnation. If so, he has some bad karma to work off concerning the sweatshops and the terrible treatment of the workers in China who built his ipads and iphones. He might have to be reborn as such a worker, burdened with a lifetime of toil with little reward. Perhaps he deserves a step down from the great status he had at Apple. To achieve true enlightenment, he’ll need to learn humility and compassion for ALL humanity. He has a few more lifetimes to go.

  29. Zack Says:

    I thought this was a joke at first.. um, let me see, How dare you? Who are you to say this man is burning in hell.. for fact? You Bible thumping, judgmental piece of dog shit. people like you make me sick. Talking about what’s right and wrong. did you know it’s God’s job to judge who goes to hell. NOT you, asshole. it’s a sin. Youre such a typical christian. beleive what i do or youre going to hell. If Hell is real, I find solace in knowing that everyone like you will be there.

  30. David Says:

    Hi Zack,
    Well, yeah it was a joke. I believe Steve Jobs is in heaven right now. In the future, perhaps I need to make my jests more obvious. I was playing the devil’s advocate. Honestly, I am happy you were outraged, as I am by the idea that only born-agains go to heaven. The very idea that only born-agains go to heaven is so mistaken.

  31. John Smith Says:

    For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. John 3:16-17.

    It is not up to us to judge others. This is up to God, We can not know what was in the heart of this successful CEO before he died. Maybe he accepted Christ into his life or maybe he died peacefully in this world as a Budhist. However, what is important is the state of our heart. This is what God is most concerned about. So rather than condem and judge others, we should love others as God shows love to us. When we love others and see the love of Jesus, this is when others can come to know God and have a personal relationship with Him. As Christians, we are no better than any of the other sins in this world.

    Romans 3:23 For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. Again, let us not jude others for there shortcomings. since we are just like the. The only difference is that we have accepted Christ into our hearts.

  32. David Says:

    Hi John,
    I read John 3:16-17 this way. People who are spiritual, who believe in Islam or Hinduism or whatver, are believers in Jesus even if they don’t realize it. Its all the same thing in the end, and I can’t imagine a God would embrace salvation thru theology/ideology.

  33. John Smith Says:

    God can do anything He wants, because he`s God. In Pslam 46:10 “Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.” He has free will to do as He wishes, so for me to assume God`s will would be foolish.

    What separates Christianity from all other religions is that it is not based on works, although you will see plenty of so-called Christians make religion about themselves.
    It`s not about embracing an ideology and saying these are my world views. It`s accepting Jesus into my life and following Him as my Lord that makes me a Christian. The world Lord literally means master. So by following Jesus that makes me saved. Just by getting baptized and going to church once a week, that does not make me a Christian. However, with other religions it is based on works.

    Again, it`s not about works its about having a relationship with God. The Holy Spirit that we receive as believers is a gift from God. By accepting Jesus into my life I receive the holy Spirit and literally have the spirit of God living in me. I can literally sense God`s presence when I pray, when I am going through a hardship, or am with other believers. 1 Corinthians 2:10 it says: but God has revealed it to us by his Spirit. The Spirit searches all things, even the deep things of God”. When I am suffering Jesus is literally with me suffering. Romans 8:26. In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express.

    Lastly, you are right that all religions have overlapping similarities. All religions require some sort of faith or sacrifice. However, with Christianity you can not earn your salvations whereas all other religions you can. All of us our sinners and that includes Christians. By placing my faith in His son, my sins are forgiven. So when God sees me, he does not condemn me, because he sees me through His son.

  34. David Says:

    Hi John,
    Thanks for your thougthful comments. In my opinion salvation is a gift, regardless of one’s theology. Nothing we do earns this gift, even believing in Jesus. Universal salvation is the whole point. This idea takes nothing away from, or threatens, any faith. Christians, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, pagans all can follow their path. Jesus died for everyone, not just those who officially believe in Christian dogma. Yes, I understand this view makes me a Christian heretic. But I suspect I am close to the truth.

  35. Barry Says:

    The First Commandment: “Thou shalt have no other gods before me.” We are all warned by God’s Word, we know the difference, we know He is God, the only God, a perfect God and yet we choose to ignore His word and follow our own desires in our own prideful efforts. Since Steve Jobs put “buddha” in front of God, he will face God’s Wrath, the wrath of a perfect and holy God. As for now; he is not in hell, he’s in hades—awaiting his final judgement. Read the bible, it’s good for the soul.

  36. erik Says:

    I agree. Steve Jobs was (and still IS)an Asshole. Treated people badly, treated his employees harshly, and even stated that the following:
    “I will spend my last dying breath if I need to, and I will spend every penny of Apple’s $40 billion in the bank, to right this wrong,” Jobs told his biographer. “I’m going to destroy Android, because it’s a stolen product. I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this.”
    So I firmly believe this douchebag is righrfully in hell where he belongs. He wasn’t a kind person, and that isn’t some secret. He seemed more in love with profits than with life, and seemed an angry ,and fearful man deep inside. Burn in Hell you pos.

  37. Bollocks to Christianity Says:

    I’m happy to hear that Steve Jobs is roasting in hell. But because he wasn’t a Christian? To be fair Christianity sucks as much as the rest. Anyway who the fuck wants to sit on a fucking cloud playing a harp? At least in hell there’d be a chance of a game of cards and a leg-over, maybe even with Ronald Reagan, hell maybe even both at the same time, he surely must be there for being gay.

  38. joe Says:

    Steve Jobs had a right to his opinion. He did NOT have the right to make up facts about who God is.

    He had the obligation as a person to find out the truth about who God is. Did he?

  39. John Says:

    I stumbled upon this and had to say I didn’t realize how many clueless people there are in the world. If Steve Jobs is in hell he put his self there we all have a free will I could walk out my door n shoot up everyone I see but I chose not to. I believe in the Bible and I believe in Jesus Christ and I believe he is the Son of the only living God. I don’t know where Jobs ended but I can tell you nice guys go to hell every day for rejecting God thinking they don’t need a savior when it says so in the Bible and it says it in love but not offense. Have you ever known anyone to turn down something for free ? Most or all would say no but see people do everyday John 3:16 says for God so loved the world that he gave his only Son to die on the Cross n those who believed in his would not perish but have ever lasting life. So all you have to do is believe in your Heart n confess with your mouth that Christ was the Son of God and your saved ? Sounds so simple.. So easy but yet every day people reject God curse God blame God when God only wants us to know him for who he really is. Now you tell me that God isn’t real there is more then one God or one way ? Well ok if you want to take that chance go ahead but if you die you have no other chance. And to those who say that there has been many near death experiences of all sorts of belief systems and religions and some seen light and God and some seen hell ? I’m sorry but that is not accurate never once in the years of my re search on this fascinating subject have I ever seen anyone say they seen a Buddah or Allah or an atheist just hanging out no never once look up countless videos and stories on you tube it was either Christ or no Christ heaven or hell so why reject someone in Jesus who did nothing but help people heal people feed people comfort people etc why hate this person ? If you try reading his word then maybe you will understand and by the way I don’t agree with the way this website and topic was created I will admit it was very harsh and God is the only and Final Judge and that’s the truth God Bless.

  40. Steven Smith Says:

    Universal reconciliation. It’s beyond my understanding, but so is GOD. Only one sin is unforgivable, and that is not believing in God. We have two choices, to believe or not believe in a creator. I believe Steve Jobs believed.
    Oh wow!

  41. Steve Says:

    God doesn’t send anyone to Hell; it is their own choice when they reject His path to Heaven. Regardless of his beliefs, the above commenter was correct. Our’s is not to judge people’s souls, thank God, that’s WAY above my pay grade. Hopefully Steve J did make a “Death-bed” confession and accepted Jesus Christ as his savior and is now basking in the Glory of the Almighty Creator.

    But, if I were to judge his wordily actions, including his suicide sweatshops, dishonest business practices, and love of money and power,etc.,even by his own Buddhist standards, he is certainly at this time a child forced to work long hours with little compensation and not enough to eat.

    My hope and prayer, in line with the teachings of my Master, is that every living soul accepts God’s great gift, and enjoys everlasting gift of love and salvation.

    By the way “occultist”, I imagine you are the sworn enemy of anything that has to do with God, or Christianity, for that matter. No worries though, God continues to love and care about you and, with time and understanding, I am sure you will come to realize this. “Occult”, by the way, means only hidden; many things are now hidden from ALL human beings, but will yet be revealed. Stay tuned, there’s more to come.

    All Praise and Glory to our Father, who art in Heaven; let us not reject his plan of redemption for each and every one of us through Jesus Christ, my Lord and Savior.

  42. David Says:

    Hi Steve,
    As the blogger of Occult View, my own spiritual beliefs are that of a Christian heretic. I am a Christian, but I am also a heretic. I will likely go to hell. But 99% of humanity is also going to hell too, if we include every Muslim, Hindu, Humanist, Buddhist, Jewish, Mormon, Catholic, Pagan and Jehovah’s Witness. Will I go to heaven with the 1% who is officially saved, or with the 99% who are unsaved. I chose to spend eternity with my mom and dad, my brother, my friends in hell with the 99% who are not “proper” Christians.

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