Yes, he is burning in hell right now
No, I have tolerance for other religions
Yes. Being good won't get you into heaven. The guilt trip doesn't work with me. What gets you into heaven is a relationship with Jesus Christ. If Gandhi had that, then yes, he's in heaven. If not, he's burning in hell.
He wasn't a Christian. His divine attributes have been clearly displayed through the ages so that no man is without excuse.
People don't go to heaven by being good. The Way and only Way is Jesus.
He was probably reincarnated. I believe your religion affects your afterlife.
No. Every human will be judged by God based on the opportunities he have had in his life to know good and bad. Because God is just. And sorry for answering because I'm not christian. But if that's how christians thinks, well, it's not really fair for all the people on earth who don't get the opportunity to know Christianity and thus go to hell. So I think Christianity isn't a fair religion.
I am a Christian and i don't even believe in non believers going to Hell and i don't even believe in Hell in anywhere close to the traditional sense. If you actually study the theology and mistranslation and the evolution of the texts, modern day fire and brimstone Christianity is way off the mark of what it actually was from a historical perspective.
There is likely no hell or god this question simply points out the egotisticalism of the Christian god as well as his malevolence
Who are we to judge. God knows everything, he knows his life much more than any of us. Let him decide.
as christians, we believe that God is infinite in mercy and wisdom. The fact is that Ghandi didnt know any better but he tried to be spiritual and lived his life for his beliefs so in a way he was appealing to god. I dont think that the loving god I know would send someone so great to hell just because he didnt know any better. I dont think all non christians go to hell and I dont think all christians go to heaven.
What!? No, he was a good man, better than a lot of people in the world at the moment.