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  • No. But they deserve to feel guilty for a long time.
  • As much as we'd like that to be when put in that situation, I don't believe they will go to hell for that? Whose to say that before they die they seek redemption and feel truly sorry for that? But to be sure, for those of us who believe in heaven and hell, we know that there is only one who at the end will judge and it won't be us. Hope I didn't offend those with other beliefs. I tried to answer as only I could. Please don't take this as inflicting my beliefs.
  • The way I understand it, you can be an absolutely HORRIBLE person right up until you ask sincerely for forgiveness from God, the Universe, or whatever your higher power is called by you. I'm not so sure I would want to cut it that close, though. Think of all the good I could have accomplished had I not wasted my life being an ass.
  • Well, all we have to do is look at the ten commandments. If you believe in heaven and hell, you most likely believe in the ten commandments, and there is a clear stating that you should not covet thy neighbors wife, or commit adultery. Too many people assume that GOD is a fool, and that they can do whatever they want to do because if they ask for forgiveness afterwards, he'll grant it to them. My thing is, if you do do something, like murder, or commit adultery, or something along those lines, you must TRULY be sorry for it, and not just be trying to pull a fast one on GOD.
  • No, they go to divorce court
  • No, but i would tell them to go to hell
  • i think its what you believe is where you go. you create your own heaven in your mind. what you expect. if you expect HELL, you can be sure you will go there.
  • Well, whether we believe in it or not, we sure will find out when the time comes :)...until then, in my opinion, it wouldn't hurt to ask for forgiveness and learn to forgive yourself and let it not happen again.
  • I don't go offering my opinion on questions I don't belong answering because I either have no experience, or belief in the subject of the question. I don't need to worry about my answers, as they are all well meant, and perfectly placed.
  • No they can not. The only way to go to Hell is if you die with out knowing Jesus as your personal savior. Cheating on a spouse may help you wind up in divorce court but Hell, No.
  • Nah, we all make mistakes sometimes. I think that is something that is somewhat forgivable in the afterlife.
  • Hell... ...is the WRATH of a woman scorned.
  • i dont think people go to any such place as hell
  • That would depend on the cheatee if he/she is hot.LOL No such place as hell,not sure about heaven,I think what you see is what you get.
  • One call go to hell for cheating ANYONE and that with the spouse would put one on an express way to hell...
  • I agree with Blade 1 on the avenue to hell. But I will add that if you allow sin in your life, like adultery, you will sure feel like you're in hell. The guilt, whether it comes immediately or years later, will drive you insane. That is unless the cheater has no heart or remorse at all then that's a separate kind of hell all it's own.
  • its a definite yes. hell it is for cheaters. and you thought the devil was a man...ahah...she is a woman, so your ass is grass if you are a cheater. There must be two devils, that would really be hell...a male and a female devil. doom and gloom for cheaters. if they only knew before they cheated. omg
  • yes they will.
  • No you will not go to hell for cheating on your spouce the only reason you will go to hell for is by not accepting Jesus Christ as your Saviour.
  • Nooooooooooooooooooooooo!!! no such place as hell, anyone who say's there is, is full of it..:-))))))
  • If they did it would most likely be a combination of several sinful traits as well as the adultery. I'm sure most cheaters have been told to go there, how to get there, and that they can take their cheap thrill with them though.
  • No. there is no hell other than the one that you create.
  • I don't believe that, in general, people go to Hell period. We are human beings. We make mistakes. IF God exists, he/she/it ought to be aware of this and allow us our transgressions. However, I think there's a difference between making a mistake and learning from it, and repeating the same mistake infinitely because you refuse to evolve from an infantile state of ignorance. Ultimately, those who repeat their mistakes are putting themselves into their own psychological Hell.
  • Cheating is a sin (as stated in the ten commandments), and no one should take adultery for granted just for the fact that the Lord forgives. in my opinion only if a person truly regrets and grieves for what he/she has done, then he/she does not deserve to be "punished" .. (not so sure about the hell thing) For those who have very strong beliefs, here's a quote from the bible .. Ezekiel 33:20 - 'Yet you say, "The way of the Lord is not fair." O house of Israel, I will judge every one of you according to his own ways.' Judgement is based on the whole lifespan .. Whatever you do in your life, do it responsibly .. In every action, there's always a corresponding reaction/circumstance you should be aware of. Karma will always be there to back us up .. ( so just wait for your seasons you freaking maggots!!!)
  • Yes if they don't believe in Jesus as Savior and Lord over them. Otherwise, I don't think so.
  • Depends on what you believe hell is... I believe it is the grave... what do you think it is?
  • mmm only if they choose for hell to be an actual place.. its only what you belive in.. i personally think you dont, and that hell is not real in my opinion.. but anythings possible righht?
  • I believe we are in hell now I can't see any reason why our babies and children are dying when they are the innocent of all. I believe we are tested by our decisions and the way we handle situations in our life if we commit adultry only god can judge us we do not have the authority to judge each other.
  • hell is HERE and NOW.
  • A cheater shouldn't be worried whether or not they are going to hell. What they *should* be worried about is what they are doing to their spouse by cheating, and how they would feel if it was the other way round.
  • I'm not too sure what the afterlife holds for those who do evil. In Asatru, we do believe to a large extent that "we are our deeds", but we're not overly concerned with the afterlife. We hold to the Nine Noble Virtues (or other similar concepts) which are Courage, Truth, Honour, Fidelity, Hospitality, Discipline, Industriousness, Self-Reliance, and Perseverance. There's no need for salvation or redemption. Just don't be such a jerk next time, and make ammends as best you can to the injured party. If you do your best in this life, then the next one will take care of itself. With regards to cheating on a spouse, it seems to go against more than one Noble Virtue, so it's certainly something to be avoided, and I don't think many deities would look favourably upon it.
  • i think people go to heaven or they stay here forever!
  • i think that people who do that will be creating audlter how ever you spell that and thats a SIN but if you repent you will be fine.
  • No, they also won't be going to Xanadu, Lalaland or Utopia because neither one of them exists
  • Yes unless they are truly sorry and ask God to forgive their sin and never do it again.
  • No. Because there is no hell. You will need to do you research and learn a bit of Hebrew but you will soon discover that hell is a very horrible myth that has served the church well.
  • well put it this way, of all the laws and rules from all the different religions, Most of them belive in the 10 commandments. Which are the most ipmportant and the most strict. And adultry is on that list. so its not looking good for cheatint spouses. :/
  • If there was a hell...still NO. Look the child-molesting Catholic priests still go to heaven, why shouldn't a cheating spouse?
  • Adultery is sin and any sin, if not forgiven, will take to hell . Yet it is true that the only thing that will take us to hell is lack of faith. There is no contradiction here. The sin that is confessed is forgiven. How can they confess to Him whom they have not believed? Having said that, we cannot take confession to be some academic formula. Confession should be genuine. That means it should be accompanied by a genuine desire to change. Sinning deliberately and repeatedly is a serious matter. Concerning sinning deliberately Hebrews 10:26-27 says, "For if we sin deliberately after receiving the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins, but a fearful prospect of judgement, and a fury of fire which will consume the adversaries". Other useful scriptures are 1Timothy 1:18-19 and Heb.3:13. If we are Christians, we shall not use our Christian freedom as a pretext for evil (1 Pet.2:16). Shall we sin because we are not under the law, but under grace? The answer is no. (Rom.6:15). So, yes, people can go to hell for cheating on their spouses. Yet God forgives sins if we (genuinely) make an appeal to the blood of His Son.
  • No....because its not real. Its just pretend!
  • Sins can be forgiven. It's the rejection of Jesus Christ and dying in one's sin that sends people to hell.
  • Once you know God, you want to please him, not see what you can get away with.
  • No not entirely, but what i do think is that it is a wrong thing to do because as I woluld put it, if you do not like it to happen to you, then do not do it to anyone else.
  • Well, if the other woman (or man) were sent to hell, then sending the cheating spouse to hell might be seen as rewarding bad behavior.
  • No. They're just idiots.
  • Just for cheating? Maybe not. [although in the case of my cheating ex, i wouldn't be opposed to the idea.] I think it is more that cheating is just one action of a not-so-good person. I find that yes, cheating can be an isolated incident, but in most cases it is just another example of how this person doesn't deserve what they have, and that cheating is just another item on their list of bad deeds. My ex cheated, but that was probably not as bad as the manipulation, lies, and rumors he spread behind my back.
  • Sorry!!! Enjoy!!! John DOCTRINE OF THE UNPARDONABLE SIN A. This is the one sin Jesus Christ could not and did not die for on the cross, Jn 3:18, 36. This sin is the rejection of Christ and His work on the cross. B. This sin is related to the convicting ministry of the Holy Spirit, Gen 6:3; Jn 16:7-11; Heb 10:29. C. Rejection of Christ is called "sin," Jn 16:9. D. Synonyms for the unpardonable sin. 1. The willful sin, Heb 10:26. 2. Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, Mt 12:31. 3. Resistance of the Holy Spirit, Acts 7:51. 4. Insulting the Holy Spirit, Heb 10:29. E. Those who are under the unpardonable sin consider the Gospel foolishness, 1 Cor 1:18, 2:14. F. This sin is characterized by strong delusion, 2 Thes 2:11-12. G. This sin has its own reversionism, 2 Pet 2:19-22.
  • No, just have to ask God for forgiveness...
  • Yes, unless they ask for forgiveness.
  • If you want truth search the scriptures and see what God says concerning adultery. Lets not use our own imaginings in which those that do err from the truth... Exd 20:14 Thou shalt not commit adultery. Pro 6:32 [But] whoso committeth adultery with a woman lacketh understanding: he [that] doeth it destroyeth his own soul. 1Cr 6:9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, Hbr 13:4 Marriage [is] honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge. Jam 4:4 Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God? whosoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God. *Hell is the grave which will be cast into the lake of fire. Lets not confuse the two. Rev 20:14 And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death. Rev 21:8 But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death. *There is hope for an adulterer or any other sinner for that matter. That we repent of our sins and turn to God and be forgiven. 2Pe 3:9 The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.
  • No, I don't. Not according to the christian tradition anyway. Christians believe that you would go to hell if you haven't accepted Jesus Christ as your personal savior. That's not supposed to be a free ticket for mischief, however as your reward in heaven would be tied to how you lived your life here on earth.
  • no more than lying ,stealing and murdering....all of these are forgiven IF you ask and STOP.....can go to hell ? i'd prefer can be used against u on Judgement Day..don't believe in that, then I'd say , no worries...even one who has accepted Christ will answer, if not asked forgiveness and turned around...and possibly Lose Salvation..but our sins are in God's Hands only...we each will answer..you made a VOW, to ur spouse and God....like my brother says ,"I said I wouldn't and I won't".
  • MAN.... MAN.... MAN...I SKIMMED OVER SOME OF THESE ANSWERS AND THEY WERE UNBELIEVABLE....for as many times as christ speaks about ADULTERY IN THE BIBLE EVERYONE WHO ANSWERED SHOULD HAVE SAID YEA(WE ALL HAVE OUR OWN VERSIONS I GUESS)...BUT THE GOD THAT I KNOW SAID"THAT IN THE LAWS OF MOSES, you shall not commit adultery, BUT I SAY:ANYONE WHO EVEN LOOKS AT WOMEN WITH LUST IN HIS EYE, ALREADY COMMITED ADULTERY WITH her IN HIS HEAT-SO IF YOUR EYE EVEN IF IT'S YOUR BEST EYE CAUSES YOU TO LUST ,GOUGE IT OUT, better for a part of you to be destroyed then for all of you to be cast into hell"_matthew(5:27-29) now of course GOD doesn't really mean to gouge your eye out(he's not harsh) ..but however ...he is waiting for a repentance from this person you speak of......
  • have any of ya ever seen the movie Pergatory?

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