Denying God is denying his existence. And the bible [sic] clearly states that unless you come to the father through Jesus you will not have eternal life.
That your ideological and theological beliefs are simple and easy enough to be stated in two sentences suggests that you yourself fail to admit that you too could be a false prophet. Yours is the heresy of evangelical Christians -- minimizing the Bible down to the "born again" section of the Book of John. Easy good and evil -- black and white.
Was Jesus doctinaire, or did he challenge the church fathers' interpretations? Why did he not write down his ideas for others to follow exactly? Could it be that the spirit is more important than the letter of the law? And how exactly do the people writing his words down hundreds of years after his death know what he said? The Gospels have different versions of the same events.
I read your words and have learned little more than that you are judgmental: Christians: good; Jews: okay; Muslims: bad. Simplifications of groups fill your words: "we" "our" "yours." After spewing all this, with fake humility you piously write "I do pray we will...end all members of God's family."
Your concepts and judgments are a prison. Belief in Heaven is cheap sentimentalism.