What is the explanation for a good atheist’s going to Hell and a bad Muslim’s going to Paradise?

The Details of the Question

- Does a good atheist’s going to Hell and a bad Muslim’s going to Paradise not affect Islam in terms of belief and ethics?
- That Muslim person might be someone who worships Allah but is immersed in debauchery and bad deeds, and the atheist/deist/agnostic person might be someone who does not worship Allah but always protects His creatures as much as he can.

The Answer

Dear Brother / Sister,

Faults and sins are graded; some deeds of worship, charities and good deeds cause the forgiveness of sins.

The belief of a person who believes in Allah and has good deeds and ethical faults is valuable; and if his sins are not forgiven, he will be punished.

The sin of a person who does not believe in Allah is a major sin; no good deed can replace it. He can be rewarded for these good deeds either in this world or partly in the hereafter, but still in Hell.

Questions on Islam

Was this answer helpful?
Author:
Questions on Islam
Subject Categories:
Read 20 times
In order to make a comment, please login or register