Go To Hell Quotes by Alan Dershowitz, Ronnie James Dio, James Taranto, Zell Miller, Robert Green Ingersoll, Erick Erickson and many others.
For most people, the question why be good – as distinguished from merely law abiding – is a simple one. Because God commands it, because the Bible requires it, because good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.
I just disagree so much with the way the Catholic Church says things like, ‘If you’re not a good person, you’ll die and go to Hell; there’s a purgatory there…’ If I was talking with a Holy Ghost, it would scare the living Hell out of me.
If the rest of the world likes Americans only when we’re dying, the rest of the world can go to hell.
If this [national Democratic Party] is a national party, sushi is our national dish. Today, our national Democratic leaders look south and say, “I see one-third of a nation and it can go to hell.”
I will live by the standard of reason, and if thinking in accordance with reason takes me to perdition, then I will go to hell with my reason rather than to heaven without it.
At what point do the people tell the politicians to go to hell? At what point do they get off the couch, march down to their state legislatorвЂ™s house, pull him outside, and beat him to a bloody pulp for being an idiot?
I’m sure that I was influenced by Goldsmith’s large orchestral scores when I started out, and that was because the people who employed me wanted that kind of sound. I wasn’t in a position to say, ‘Go to Hell!’
If I don’t believe in Jesus, maybe I don’t believe in Hell. Did you ever think of that? You’re so excited about it, why don’t you go to Hell? It’s your concept; you invented it.
I lost my virginity junior year of college, I was 21… I was awkward, and I was raised Jehovah’s Witness so I thought sex was bad, I thought I was going to go to hell, and get AIDS immediately.
I’ve been very true to know that I have a base of fans and I’m extremely loyal and extremely supportive to that base of fans. To the rest of them, I enjoy the fact that they fill the arenas and tell me to go to hell.
The American’s conviction that he must be able to look any man in the eye and tell him to go to hell is the very essence of the free man’s way of life.
Every human being must have a point at which he stands against the culture, where he says, this is me and the damned world can go to hell.
Many might go to heaven with half the labour they go to hell, if they would venture their industry the right way.
Be warned, therefore, that one does not go to hell to light a cigarette.
I’d go to hell to hear a good band.
No one will ever go to Hell who has put his trust in Jesus Christ, but many will end up in torment who have trusted their own righteousness and reformation.
Are you worried that, when you go to hell, you’ll only be taking the local and not be on the express? Why would you look for a loophole to deny coverage to children with preexisting conditions?