Aren't you afraid of hell? Don't you worry about what might happen to you when you die? This sort of question is based upon a common theological argument known as Pascal's Wager: if the believer is wrong and God doesn't exist, then nothing has been lost; on the other hand, if the atheist is wrong and God does exist, then the atheist risks going to hell. Therefore, it is smarter to take a chance on believing than to take a chance on not believing, and the atheist is in a bad spot.
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