Christ died for the sins of all, including those who believed in him. Jesus may ask us to believe, but it's not a requirement. All people will go to heaven because when Jesus died, the war between heaven and hell ended as Christ closed the gates of Hell. Now Jesus has set it to allow us to enter heaven. But when the world and universe dies (when satan unleashes revelation) then we will all go to heaven if we haven't made it there already.
Most people will go to heaven, even if they're atheists. As long as you be good, then you can go to heaven. But of course, some people will go to hell, such as hitler, Napoleon, and Osama bin laden. As long as you don't kill people because you want to, then your ok
God demonstrated everlasting life (reincarnation) several times in the Bible, including the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Upon our earthly death, God, Jesus, or perhaps angels guide us through an examination of our earthly deeds.(happens in Heaven) At some point in time, the existence of lessons that need to be learned, will be found available through a life yet to be born and it is in that life our soul enters. And we do this over and over again until we get it right and then remain in Heaven for eternity.
The only way to get to heaven is to put your faith in Jesus Christ; nothing else will do. John 3:16-17 and John 14:6 explicitly state that Jesus is the only way to get to heaven, and "no man shall come to the father except through me." Jesus is the only Savior.
Sorry, if you are expecting to meet your loved ones in Heaven, not much chance there for anybody. If you want to meet all your departed loved ones, you will likely find 99% of them in Hell. So NDE experiences of going to Heaven and meeting loved ones are definitely Hallucinations, because in reality, the tests and beliefs you must have to get to Heaven, most people can never pass. So it is highly unlikely any of them will get there.
Those that do have what it takes to make Heaven are those nutjobs you wouldn't want to associate with on Earth, so spending an eternity with such weirdos would be like Hell anyway.
So, if you want to see your departed parents, aunts, uncles, spouse, your best bet would be Hell.
This can be answered either way, but the point is to view from a religious standpoint. For example many Christians believe that a person who does not believe in God will go to hell and those who do believe, and live their lives to the bibles standard, will go to heaven. To give a clear answer, no, not all people will go to heaven because some don't believe or have the same beliefs as others
God is righteous and holy, and cannot be around sin. The Bible says in Romans that ALL have sinned. Since ALL of us are guilty and ALL of us deserve punishment, and none of us can be around God in our current state, only those who have been forgiven and follow Christ will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. All others will, sadly, go to hell.
If Heaven & Hell both exist (and I believe they do), why would everyone go to one but nobody end up in the other? That's not even reasonable. The two exist, because both are opened for business.
Good works will not get a person into heaven. Yet, James 2:26 teaches us, "For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also." But a Believer will want to do good to enhance their faith.
As for Heaven, John 3:36 teaches, "Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life; whoever does not obey the Son shall not see life, but the wrath of God remains on him. "
And Hell ... "They will suffer the punishment of eternal destruction, away from the presence of the Lord and from the glory of his might."
(2 Thessalonians 1:9)
As a Christian, we believed that we are given by God a free will, to do whatever we want to do. In our doctrines, as we all know it, just simply obeying and having faith in God and His Church will qualify you to go to heaven. If not, you will suffer in the eternal damnation. It's your choice. God is just helping you.