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  • That's what some people think yes. For ever and ever.
  • It depends upon which one and how severely it's broken I suppose.
  • No body knows.
  • They teach us that the son of God was sent here to die for our sins - if we repent we will not be damned to eternal fire. IF this is true, then no, I do not believe we will suffer the eternal flames of hell.
  • If you were, I would have gone to hell a million times for disrespecting my parents... (well my dad).
  • I don't think so. However that is my own opinion. I think everyone feels differently about that. I think everyone sins and everyone can be forgiven of those sins. I just do not beleive you will go to hell if you steal something. Nearly everyone at some point in their life has stole something and it may not have been intentional. I think if you repent for your sins they are forgiven even if it is a commandment.
  • If so then we're all doomed, DOOMED I tell you!! Muahhahah, MUAHAHAHAHA!
  • Break one break them all! The bible is clear on that point, and there is no getting around it. Unless we accept Jesus as our savior we are doomed to be cut off from God for eternity, some call it Hell some call it other things.
  • No one can keep them. They were given by God to show His perfect society, but never did he expect people to live them perfectly (no excuse for trying though! LOL). That is why he instituted the temporary sacrificial system of the Old Testament, in anticipation of the coming of the Perfect Sacrificial Lamb, Jesus, who would pay the price for the sins of the whole world, past present or future. If we trust in His death as having paid for sin, and ask His forgiveness and help to live in the light of this grace/richness that God has provided, we need not fear sin.
  • no. im christian and i broke one of the commandants. your gonna be doomed to hell if you dont ask for forgiveness
  • No we are not doomed by breaking one of these commandments. The bible says every last one of us was born into sin. No not one is righteous. Through Christ death we have the forgiveness of sins. We are know longer under law but under grace, but this does not give us the right to tempt the Lord our God.
  • It would depend on what faith you are and your particular beliefs. I am Catholic and we believe that through prayer and the Act of Reconcilliation (otherwise known as confession) that we may seek and receive God's forgiveness for our sins, no matter how extreme they may be. Catholics also believe in a concept known as Purgatory which is probably too detailed to get into here but the answer to your question is no, you are not doomed to hell if you truly repent, are sorry for your sin, and ask God for forgiveness.
  • Absolutly. All of us, both you and I, have broken the Ten Commandments. We have all broken God's perfect law and thus, we have sinned. The Bible says in Romans 6:23 that the wages of sin is death, but it also says in the same verse that the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. Jesus shed His precious blood and died for our sins. He was then buried. 3 days later, God rose Him from the dead and He is alive today to be your Saviour. He never broke one commandment because He is perfect. God's perfect Son Jesus Christ is the only One who can save us from our sins and their penalty. I hope that this helps. Thank you and God bless you!
  • Would a loving God do that? No, I don't think so.
  • not at all.
  • NO ,JUST DO BEST YOU CAN DO WITHOUT HURTING OTHERS AND YOURSELF,FOR A DAY WILL COME UPON YOU IN A NEW DAY,IN A NEW SPIRIT YOU SEE IN SPIRIT THE WAY ONTO THE LIGHT OUT OF THE DARKNESS OF UNHAPPINESS ,BY HELPING ALL GET THROUGH IT ALL,AND SMILE AT THOSE THAT TRY TO HARM YOU INSIDE,BLOCK WITH A SMILE AND CHANNEL IT OF THE EVIL BACK TO THE WICKED IN SPIRIT.
  • Trying to keep all the commandments is seemingly impossible isnt it... I doubt breaking any of the 10 commandments dooms you to hell... After all it is those who CHOOSE to reject God who are doomed to hell not those who break a rule...
  • Yes and no....yes if we continue to break them even after repenting, we will be damned to hell....No because if you are truely sorry and ask for forgiveness you will not be damned.
  • The Ten Commandments You shall have no other Gods but me. You shall not make for yourself any idol, nor bow down to it or worship it. You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God. You shall remember and keep the Sabbath day holy. Respect your father and mother. You must not kill. You must not commit adultery. You must not steal. You must not give false evidence against your neighbour. You must not be envious of your neighbour's goods. You shall not be envious of his house nor his wife, nor anything that belongs to your neighbour. i certainly hope you are not doomed to hell if you break one, but there are a few such as murder that are fair i guess, but it depends on the scenario.. these for those that might not know are the ten commandments, they are re worded i think, but still the same.
  • No, you're just like everybody else.
  • No!!! For we all have sinned and come short of the glory of God; Read in the book of Romans Ch: 3 V-23. Then read John Ch:3 V-16. Remember this that only Jesus Christ is sinless. And through his Blood our sin's can be forgiven. Just ask him into your life & to forgive you of all your sin's. You will be glad you did it. M.C.S.
  • Originally, there were 12 commandments, by the way. No trip to Hell for breaking them, just not the best living quarters or fun and games when you get to Heaven. You will probably have to do stuff like janitor jobs and stuff.
  • I broke number 11, do not double park and I am not doomed to hell.
  • No one should go through life thinking they are doomed to hell, no matter what they have done. The Holy Qur’an (HQ) says in HQ 39:53 (Mr Pickthall’s translation). “Say: My slaves who have been prodigal to their own hurt! (= gone beyond the limits in sinning against their own souls) Despair not of the mercy of Allah, Who forgiveth all sins. Lo! He is the Forgiving, the Merciful.“
  • Going to Heaven or Hell has absolutely NOTHING to do with breaking The 10 Commandments! The Bible is very clear on this subject: We are ALL born with a sinful nature and if we don't individually repent of rebelling against God and receive Jesus Christ as our personal Savior we will ALL exsist for eternity in The Lake of Fire.
  • Your understanding is faulty, CrookedContractor. One of the attributes of God is that He is Eternal in nature, which menas having no beginning and no ending. If Eternal means lasting a very long time but ending at some point then at some point in time we can expect God to die or cease to exsist. That is both unscriptural and absurd to say the least.
  • As long as you offer to replace it he should be cool about it...
  • Well, the ninth one says "do not lie"..... If the answer to this question is yes, hell will receive lots of lawyers and politicians....
  • Yes. God is always looking for a good reason to torture people in hell.
  • God can do and decide whatever God want. By breaking God's commandments it will lead you there! To hell.
  • According to the Christian belief, not if you are forgiven.
  • No. You are forgiven through the blood of the Son if you accept Him into your heart and life.
  • First of all, do you believe that God has a small heart, and will throw you into hell for making one mistake? For me, you are not doomed to hell for breaking one of the 10 commandments. For Jesus is our savior that died for our sins, so you are free from the wrong that you have done, but you must repent.
  • The direction you go depend upon your acceptance of Christ as your saviour. If you deny Christ, he will deny you.
  • If the Bible is true, I don't believe that we are doomed to eternal hellfire if we are not saved. It just does not make sense to me. How can such a merciful God watch bodies continually burn forever in a never ending fire? Why would He create people just to put them to Hell if He knew before we were born that we would go to Hell if He did not save us? That is kinda heartless and I don't think God is heartless if He is real. Another thing is if God could save many people in less than a day while suffering Hell on the cross, how does that equal eternity? That was a lot of suffering in a short amount of time. He did manage to live afterwards, right? Maybe if we suffer Hell, we will just suffer and die forever instead. I don't know. I guess the only options we have are to wait and find out or just hope for salvation.
  • well if so everyone on earth is going to hell(even the pope, and every bishop, priest, and every little old lady that sings amazing grace every day)and seeing as Jesus was nothing more than a ordinary man, I say put on some sunscreen, bring the hotdogs, chips, and bbq sauce, time for a luau in hell!
  • no u r not going to Hell neccasarily if you break the ten commandments. It's true that once you sin you get put on the road of death (Hell). But there is away to get bak on the road of live again, which is thru Jesus Christ. He provides a bridge for you bak to God again. That's why Jesus died on the cross, so that when u sin, he took ur sin away from you and made u whole again. But the benefits of Christ's death only apply to ppl who repent in their sins and trust in Him. If you were sent to Hell for breaking a commandment then everyone would be doomed. christian-advice@hotmail.com
  • There is no person who has not broken a commandment. The Bible is clear that every single person has sinned -- every person who has ever lived or ever will live, with One Exception: Jesus. Therefore, all of us are condemned to hell, eternity separated from God. God doesn't want any of us to go to hell. He wants us all to be saved. So that is why Jesus came and lived a perfect life and gave His perfect Life so that we might all be saved thru His sacrifice on our behalf. It is a Gift. If you accept this gift, you will not got to hell, no matter how many commandments you have broken. If you reject this gift, you will go to hell, no matter how few commandments you've broken. It is God's Gift, and it is Your Choice.
  • Not necessarily. As others have pointed out, if we repent of our sins and accept Christ as our savior, whose blood cleanses us of all our sins, we won't go to hell. What hasn't been pointed out is that when one truly comes to Christ God's Holy Spirit literally comes to dwell within us, transforming us from the man of sin to man as He would have us be. Just don't be deceived about repentance. If you're not changed after repentance and accepting Christ as your savior, if you don't find your sins becoming loathsome to you or that you long for the righteousness of God, you haven't really repented. For thou art not a God that hath pleasure in wickedness: neither shall evil dwell with thee. The foolish shall not stand in thy sight: thou hatest all workers of iniquity. Psalm 5:5-6
  • No--if breaking a commandment made use hell worthy we'd all be headed there--The commandments were written to help us see our wrongs and work to make them right---a law. But that's not good enough--sin still riegns in our motal bodies--so we had a savior take care of the sin problem w/ his death. Now the only thing that sends us to a lake of fire is our rejection to give up sin and follow the way of righteousness in deeds and in actions in the way we live our life.
  • All of our sin is forgiven if we accept Christ as our savior, and this is true, as it is not subject for debate. Also, if you broke one commandment, you broke them all, and that is said in the Bible as well. So, if you lied, you also murdered/killed, coveted neighbor's wife, sinned with a graven image, taken the Lord's name in vain, and all the others. IF you break any or all of the commandments, you are doomed to hell if you aren't saved and have not accepted Christ as your Savior, and trusted in His blood to wash away our sin. If you break any or all of the commandments, but are saved, you are still going to heaven, for Christ's blood covers all sin, especially the ones on the stone tablets of Moses that were written by the finger of God.
  • You can't really do anything without going to Hell these days.
  • No, there is the salvation of Christ.
  • I think that we are all in trouble if breaking a commandment means we are going to hell. What about "thou shalt not kill?" Don't we do that every day to animals in factory farms? I think God has to be a little upset about how badly his creatures are being treated. The worst part is how crowded and inhumanely treated they are and with no legislative protections. NINE BILLION animals are slaughtered each year in the United States alone for our consumption. That is over one million animals EVERY HOUR. I know people don't like to hear about it but it is the truth. The Humane Society Website: http://www.hsus.org/farm/ Another resource: http://www.animalsuffering.com/resources/facts/factory-farming.php
  • OK, Jew here, horning in on the Christian boards. (Tit for tat, I daresay, since Christians are constantly pretending to know all about Judaism whenever someone asks a question about it)... You may not like my response, and the really self-righteous supercessionist Christians here will really hate it, but I may as well give you a response from a Jewish perspective... ----- To start with, simply following Christianity is a violation of several of the 10 commandments... [2] Have no other gods before God--which means you can't set up any kind of intercessor between humanity and the Almighty. Take your pick...Jesus, Mary and the Saints (for Catholics and eastern Orthodox), these are intercessors, explicitly forbidden by the 2nd commandment. [4] "Remember [and Guard] the Sabbath and keep it holy" is also violated by Christianity (at least by the vast majority), ever since the Christians ordained that anyone who observed the Sabbath could be put to death, or at the very least expelled from the country (as happened in numerous fiefdoms and empires throughout Europe...even before Christianity was founded, so this is a hatred Christianity inherited from its pagan roots). [9] "Do not bear false witness against your neighbor" is a commandment whose violation is the very foundation of Christianity, since it is only through lying about Judaism and Jews that Christianity ever became anything. ----- That said... the 10 Commandments were given to the Jews. If you're not Jewish, you're not bound to follow them. If you want to be a righteous gentile, you are so bound, but if you believe you're "granted" righteousness by fiat of saying you believe that someone killing a Jew [Jesus] has made you clean before God, then you're not really concerned with what it takes to be righteous according to the Bible. Beyond that, ... "Hell" is a Christian adaptation of the Greeks' "Hades" embellished by a few other pagan mythologies. It has nothing to do with Judaism. In Judaism, the righteous, Jewish or not, have a place in the World to Come. The unrighteous may go through a form of purgatory, according to some philosophers (although Judaism really isn't obsessed with the afterlife like Christianity, Islam, and some forms of paganism are)...while the truly wicked simply perish--they are snuffed out of existence, and eventually, from memory. The closest you come in Judaism to "burning in a lake of fire" is that the bodies of executed criminals were, in ancient times, burned in the garbage dump outside the city walls, along with the rest of the city's trash...no everlasting torment--just everlasting non-existence.
  • Is cheating at Solitaire one of the commandments?
  • The honest answer is YES. God's standard is perfection. It has to be, if He is to be called just, and if justice is to be seen to be done. Otherwise, if God were to excuse what we call "small sins", there would be endless disputes as to who was better than others and whether someone qualifies for heaven or not. To stop what we see going on in human courts all the time, God demanded perfection. The Ten Commandments were given to the Jews, and hence to all humanity, to show what God expected from those who follow Him. But, it is clear from the Old Testament that these laws will not save, only point out how far we are from achieving the perfection that God demands (and the just punishment for sin that we, ourselves, cry out for every day). That is why God instituted the Temple system of payment for sin, to precede the coming of the Messiah who would, according to Isaiah 53 heal us by his "stripes" (ie wounds). And God showed clearly how He would do it, even before the 10 commandments were given. He saved Israel from slavery in Egypt, not because they were the best or most perfect nation on earth, but because He loved them. He, Himself, saved them from the last plague, by ordering the faithful to smear the blood of a perfect lamb on the lintels of their houses. Why did He do this? Surely He knew who belonged to Him and who did not? Of course He did! But He wanted a response from the faithful. And it can be seen that the salvation from Egypt included some faithful Egyptians and Cushites amongst the Israelites. They were counted as righteous, not for their deeds, but for their love of the Lord, shown in their trust for Him by putting the blood on their doors too, and for their leaving Egypt, to follow Him to the Promised Land. This was a part fulfilment of the prophecy of God to Abraham that through him, all nations of the world would be blessed. Remember too, that God also foresaw the coming of Christ in His dealings with Abraham, especially when He commanded Abraham to kill his son and heir, Isaac. The preparedness of Abraham to obey unquestioningly was a turning point in his relationship with God, as before, he had shown weakness in his trust. That God stopped the sacrifice showed that no human could save himself by his actions, nor could any human pay for sin. Instead, once again, a lamb was offered in the place of Isaac, predicting the coming of the Perfect Lamb of God, who would take away the sin of the world, Jesus. In Ephesians 2:8,9, we read "For by grace are we saved through faith. It is not of our own doing. It is the gift of God. And not because of works, lest anyone should boast." WE depend on Jesus to keep us out of hell ( which is eternally being away from God) because we cannot save ourselves. Jesus' death takes the focus off our actions and onto His perfection. No longer can anyone boast of being better than another person . ROmans 3:23 says "For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God." We are, by nature, all equal before God in state. Salvation is not by our actions, in keeping the 10 commandments, but by trusting in the Lord for salvation. When were the 10 commandments given to Israel? before or after they were saved from Egypt? AFTER. Had they been for salvation, they would have been given BEFORE, and Moses would have been instructed to teach them, and demand they be fully obeyed. Instead, the people made an oral confession to be God's people BEFORE the 10 commandments were given, and even after they were given, even after they sinned over and over again, God still forgave them when they repented. Why? Because salvation is God's doing, not ours. So what is the purpose of the 10 commandments? By them God says, "IF you are my people, then live like this." So, the verse after the Ephesians verses I quoted above reads "10For we are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do." We follow the commandments BECAUSE God has saved us, not IN ORDER to be saved. It is like wearing a wedding ring. We do not wear it IN ORDER to be married, but out of love, because we are married.
  • Confess yo...
  • The ten commandments were given to the Israelites because they were his people. And hell is the grave not a place of torment.
  • I wish to answer your question, it is not my intention to shove my religion into you but I have not seen a clear explanation of the consequences when you break one of the Ten Commandments. I am a Roman Catholic thus I am able to provide an example on how my religion defines this matter. This applies whether you are or not a Roman Catholic as long as you believe in the Ten Commandments. 1] Venial Sin: (excusable) Within the Roman Catholic Church it is a minor transgression against God, the church or another human. The consequences of a venial sin can be compensated for through good works yet without breaking one's relationship with the Lord. Example: Thou shall not bear false witness against your neighbor. (Not to lie). You are asked if your father is a wealthy man, your father is not wealthy and lives from his hard work. Never the less when asked and knowing the truth you decide to lie and even describe all the wealth there is in your home”. You have broken the 8th Commandment, but your lie does not hurt or harm anyone, thus it is considered a venial sin. 2] Mortal Sin: (non excusable) Within the Roman Catholic Church it is a sin committed with a clear knowledge of its guilt, with full consent of the will, and concerning a grave matter; where circumstances allow, every mortal sin must be confessed otherwise the soul suffers eternal damnation. Example: Thou shall not bear false witness against your neighbor. (Not to lie). You are called as a witness in a Crime Case, you don’t know the truth of what really happened never the less and under oath you say “this man did commit the crime because I saw it”. You have broken the 8th Commandment as you have lied, but in this case your lie will bring terrible consequences to the accused, as he may get the death penalty or life imprisonment because you decided to break the 8th Commandment. I hope this is clear enough. Regards.
  • NO. IMHO, the only hell in the afterlife (and here on earth)is the one that YOU create.
  • Everyone has broken at least one of the commandments, but are we all doomed with no hope? Of course not! All have sinned, but that is why Jesus died for us. As humans, we are all born sinners. The law (10 commandments) were written to show us just how holy God is and how much we need a savior(Jesus)because it is impossible to meat his standards on our own. THE LAW'S PURPOSE WAS TO LEAD US TO CHRIST SO THAT WE MAY BE JUSTIFIED BY FAITH! We are all initially doomed and dead in our transgressions, but because of God's love for us, we have the choice to accept Jesus who gives us new life when we turn to Him, and there is no condemnation for those who are in Jesus. My hope is in Him!
  • nah, you're pretty much doomed to hell no matter what you do. Breaking commandments is just icing on the cake
  • The Ten Commandments are not binding on Christians as they were given to the Israelites. What is binding though are the "Seven Laws of Noah".
  • why do you ask, are you planning your weekend?
  • You are a sinner. Everyone is. It is only because Jesus Christ is the intercessor and steps in before God and says, "Hey, Dad, let this one through. He's with me." that anyone gets into heaven at all. Now, this is no license to go out and do whatever the heck you want. I mean, Jesus is going to get you into the best place ever instead of the worst one, the least you could do is follow his advice (The Bible) the best you can while you are here. I mean, what are friends for?
  • Yes, but you have to look more to the point of why GOD gave us the ten commandments. The commandments are there so we can see our sin in front of us and see a need for a savior,its God's way of answering our question of am I a sinner?
  • No. Remember? God is forgiving.
  • The words "sin" and "sins" are different in connotation. Sin is unbelief, which is the doubt of God and His Word.Sin will not allow the faith needed to believe on The Lord Jesus Christ. This is necessary to recieve your salvation. "Sins" on the other hand, are the actions born of unbelief. In the Christian walk we encounter plenty of these. Not because we're unbelievers, but because the flesh is born unto unbelief. The fallen nature of man is to do things that are offensive to God. These, however, are forgiven when we repent and ask for forgiveness. That is infact why Christ was crucified. Isaiah 53:5 "He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities." Gods grace is more than sufficient for whatever you are worried about.
  • HELL NO
  • Hell yes your doomed to hell.
  • no, but i heard that the 10 commandments can be condensed to two. 1) love god. 2) love your neighbor. if you do those 2 you're automatically doing the rest. if you love god you won't have other gods or use his name in vein....if you love your neighbor you won't want to steal from him/her, you won't want to kill him/her, you won't covet him/her or their possesions....ect....you get the picture.
  • no you can confess your sins at church, also if you repent you can be forgiven, ie jesus on the cross.
  • It is impossible to follow the Ten Commandments. That is ACTUALLY the point of it all. They are to show you WHO you are.
  • If you ask this question you show you have no knowledge of the bible or Christianity
  • We all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. God is entirely Holy. He will keep heaven Holy. If he allowed sin into heaven it would defile heaven. God will not permit that to happen, so no one can enter heaven with sin in their heart, and we all have sin in our heart. But God made a way for us to enter. He sent his Son, Jesus, to pay the penalty for our sins. Jesus offered himself as a perfect sacrifice for our sins. If we confess our sins, turn away from our sins, and ask forgiveness, our sins will be forgiven because of what Jesus did for us. Some people think that all you have to do is ask forgiveness or say "the sinners prayer". But there are no "magic words" you can say that will cause God to forgive you. You must be sincerely sorry for your sins and be serious about wanting to turn away from them. Jesus said, "Repent, for the Kingdom of God is at hand". The word "repent" means to turn around and go the other way. That means if you were telling lies you need to stop telling lies. If you were committing adultery you need to stop committing adultery. Once you have confessed your sins, asked forgiveness, and repented (turned away from your sin), you will be forgiven. You will know when it happens. You will be changed. Now if you mess up after you have been forgiven and sin again, don't give up. When you were a baby learning to walk you fellk down a lot. But you didn't stay down. You got back up and tried again. Soon you were able to walk. Later you were able to run. You may still stumble sometimes today, but you can walk. It's the same with being a Christian. If you mess up, just ask forgiveness and keep on trying. Keep in mind that no one is born a Christian. Moses was a murdered. David was a murderer and an adulterer. But they ended up being two of the main characters in the bible. God is reaching out to you. For more info about becoming a christian go to: http://www.stanmason.com/Romans_Road.html
  • First of all John 3:16 answers this question, & second of all hell is not a place of thermal temp like most believe, BUT it is a place AWAY from God. The punishment fits the crime so to speak. You want no God you get no God. Breaking the commandments does not condemn you, but those if you choose NOT to believe in his son then you have condemned yourself already, John 3:18
  • Not if you ask for forgiveness for having done so. : )
  • Hell is a complete fabrication made by man. God supposable created us, knowing we had an innate tendency to do some bad things, but simultaneously created a place to punish those of his creations forever, knowing the whole time many of them would end up there. If you really think about that you will realize that the concept of hell has MAN written all over it. It is correct that men have an evil side but that is exactly what you are viewing when you look at the concept of hell. It is the ultimate manipulation. If you want people to do what you want them to, what is a worse threat than ETERNAL punishment of the most unimaginable magnitude. What kind of sadistic malevolent god would want or allow that sort of unfair justice system to be in place? I think deep down you know what I am saying makes sense to you. Now you just have to work past your PROGRAMMING, created when you were a child and did not have a developed cerebral cortex yet. Logic and reason come online about age 11-14. Brainwashed before that, you have to dig yourself out of it. It can be done, good luck.
  • It's not breaking any of the commandments that sends a person to hell, it's the rejection of Jesus Christ as Savior that sends one to hell.
  • I highly doubt it. And by 'highly doubt it', I really mean I'm certain you won't.
  • Absolutely not. Jesus Christ died to prevent just that. We have all sinned, every single one of us, but he took those sins upon himself, so that we might live. All you have to do is accept him as your savior.
  • no not at all
  • Yeah, that's what's so awesome about Jesus. You get to be looked upon as a believer without having to follow any of the rules.
  • No, God made plenty of room for repentance and forgiveness. We're human, we're fallible, this is our very nature, so if we were doomed by one sin, that would be doomed by birth...and who would do such a thing? No, there is always room for repentance and forgiveness.
  • no because god forgives.
  • Breaking a commandment will not send you to hell but rejecting Jesus Christ as Savior and dying in your sins will.
  • "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life" John 3:16
  • NO, NO, NO. God knows we cannot keep His commandments, because we are by nature sinners. He gave us his commandments so we can SEE we are sinners. God send his Son, Jesus to die for us as His sacrifice for our sins. Jesus took the sins of the world and nailed them to the cross, never more to hold it against us. By Jesus dying on the cross we have GRACE. When you accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior, He intercedes for you to the Father, and tells Him, "i died for him" and God looks at us like we never sinned. looks at us as one of His children. do you know God does not have grandchildren?
  • No. Not even Biblically. Belief wise: No if you are agnostic or athiestic. Christian Theology: Truly no. God sent His son to change all that. We are not under the Law anymore. We are under grace. We can break all the 10 and still go to heaven. That is a promise. But every promise has a premise- the need to repent and accept Jesus.
  • in all of history, that has never happened. No one has been like, 'oh God it was just that one little thing, come on God.' Every one is a sinner, there never has been a perfect one other that Jesus, and there never will be. God knows this, that's why He provided a way out. The reason any one goes to hell is found in John3:19, light has come into the world, but men loved dakness rather than light because there own deeds were evil. that is why you go to hell. not for the sin of Adam, or for that one commandment you broke, but for rejection of the Light tht is found in Jesus Christ.
  • Breaking a commandment won't send you to hell. Rejecting Jesus Christ then dying in your sins will.
  • The transgressor of 1 law is the transgressor of all. This is why we need Jesus Christ. If we are justified by law then we are doomed, but if we are justified by the grace of Christ we have life. but this doesn't mean we go without laws, no. We establish them. As you have faith in Christ, then you should make your works reflect that faith in Christ.
  • Breaking one of the 10 Commandments won't send a person to hell (Lake Of Fire) but the rejection of Jesus Christ and His salvation will. If you reject Him and die in your sins, there is no second chance.

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