To the religious, the foreboding threat of "eternal judgement" portends a fearful apprehension of a stern judge condescendingly looking down from a majestic throne upon a quaking skeleton of a person who is barely able to keep his knees from knocking against one another. To those "modern sophisticates" not given to religious "superstition," the archaic threat of "eternal judgement" is scornfully looked upon as an ancient remnant out of man's distant past, a useless appendage, a shriveled-up relic of a bygone age. Yet in clearly listing "the principles of the doctrine of Christ" in Hebrews 6: 1-2, the Apostle Paul concludes these absolutely foundational principles of God's Word with the phrase "eternal judgement."
Most professing Christians have a rather foggy idea of what future life in the Kingdom of God will be like. They know very little about biblical teaching concerning the "resurrection of the dead" - yet this is one of the basic doctrines of the Bible (Heb. 6:2).
FAITH is a foundational and fundamental biblical doctrine. It is absolutely required for salvation. None may obtain eternal life without it. But what is faith anyway?
Most religions have an identifying sign - rather like corporations in commerce. The problem with all of these is that they are subject to plagiarism.