I just surfed into this really funny test (thanks to joshua, who left a comment a few posts ago).
It claims to determine if you are a good person. And if so, if you are good enough to get into heaven.1
I doubt anyone will be surprised to learn where I am bound.
After telling me that I'm going to hell, I was asked if this fact bothered me. Well, duh.
I was then told that it should, and given some nonsense about selling my eyes.
Would you sell one of your eyes for a million dollars? How about both eyes for ten million? No one in their right mind would! Your eyes are precious to you... but they are only a "window" for your soul. Your soul (your inner being, your life, your personality) looks out through those eyes. Consider how precious your eyes are... then realize that Jesus said that Hell is so horrible that you would be better off tearing out your own eyes than ending up there for all eternity (Mark 9:43-48).Would I sell one of my eyes for a million dollars? In a heartbeat.
Perhaps you feel safe because you don't believe in Hell. This can be likened to standing in the middle of a busy highway and shouting, "I don't believe in trucks!" Your belief or disbelief in trucks will not change reality. The same applies in this situation. Your disbelief in Hell will not cause it to cease to exist. God has given us HIS WORD on the existence and purpose of Hell... LOOK HERE to see what God says in the Bible about Hell.
Both for ten million? I'm not sure, but it'd be really tempting.
(However, since neither of them works properly, I doubt I'll be getting any offers)
"Your soul (your inner being, your life, your personality)", uh huh, read this, then come talk to me about my soul.
As for what "Jesus said," CS Lewis once tried to "prove" Jesus' divinity with his "Lord, liar or lunatic" spiel. Either Jesus was divine, or merely a great teacher. If he was merely a great teacher then his claims to divinity were either lies or lunatic ravings, either of which rule out his being a great teacher. Therefore Jesus was divine. The argument is based on a false dilemma. I find "liar or lunatic" to be perfectly reasonable (they aren't mutually exclusive, either). There is also the possibility that the biblical Jesus never really existed.
That second paragraph is pure bullplop. (BULLPLOP!) There is some pretty solid evidence that trucks exist. Where is the evidence of hell? Threats contained in the Bible only affect people who already accept the Bible as true.
1 I thought the Christian doctrine was that you can't get to heaven by good works; that you must be SavedTM