Ah so the bible says you will go to heaven if you don't believe?
No the Bible says that the time is coming in which ALL those in memorial tombs will come out and the dead will rise. They will not rise into heaven. They will rise back to the earth. This child will be among them. The 1000 year reign of Jesus will begin next. This will be "Judgement Day".
.. I just wanted to make sure I understood what you are saying.. 
The Bible does show that there are exceptions to "ALL".
1. Adam and Eve will not be resurrected.
forget about their damned kids..
2. Those that God has personally destroyed or had destroyed will not be resurrected.
There goes one of your theist friends' arguments about the nobility and morality of god, destroying good people for the 'better of mankind' or the 'better kill'.. what nonsense. God destroyed people that today we would save. Notables are abundant in scripture/history..
3. Those that commit the unforgivable sin will not be resurrected.
Can you tell me how I can commit the unforgivable sin, and then you can spare me being resurrected with 'ALL' you idiots..
4. Those that are destroyed during Armageddon will not be resurrected.
I am more likely to destroy you during armageddon. But what about the people that satan destroys? They don't get to take part in the resurrection for their bravery? Notable - it was absolutely brave to go against religion for my fellow atheists..
5. Anyone else that God has for his own reasons deems beyond redemption.
Well, I guess this means nobody is going to be resurrected. God is a bastard - he will only resurrect those he likes, and then says that he will 'judge based on what people do'. What an oxymoron. Everybody has preferences to certain people in life - we all love different people for our own reasons, and you people choose to hate other people (which I don't understand, beyond my grasp) for other reasons.. That being said, who falls in the 'saved category'? Nobody - because every single group out there is saying that they are the saved ones, everybody else is damned for not being a part of their group, and that leaves the righteous ones happening to be in the correct group at the correct time, which is infamously retarded for any kind of god to require in order to bring someone into the next 'existence/plane of existence', whatever you want to call it.
Everyone else, the good, the bad, the ugly, all those pre-christian except those fitting the rules above will be resurrected. It should be noted that it is nearly, if not completely, impossible for a nonbeliever to commit the unforgivable sin. Really, in the greatest sense, ignorance is an excuse for breaking the law unless that ignorance is intentional.
I'm sure a god that is willing to condemn for the above reasons will excuse ignorance. Let's excuse people on the basis of stupidity, save all those who never question anything I do or don't do, and I have people that will listen to anything I ever say as the undeniable fact. That will be a great way to control all of you - saving only the ones that don't think for themselves or question anything..
Sooo, Jst, that means you are pro-abortion now? Or just pro-miscarriage, since that is god's abortion method of choice?
No this is not so. Miscarriages happen because of defects or other accidents. These defects and accidents exist because man is not under God's divine rule. Why would God help humans do something that they were never designed to do and cannot do? In other words God created humans as imperfect just to teach them a lesson. All this death, suffering, war, is all God's evidence that humankind cannot govern themselves properly enough to achieve peace or perfection, and cannot survive as a race indefinitely without His rule. However the more evidence he allows mankind to gather the more humans come to hate this all-knowing and caring God. This was prophesied. <snip>
Bold mine for clarity in the uh, presentation.
Such rubbish. Can you point me to this prophecy? I don't remember a prophecy stating the hatred of god...
If we are not currently under God's rule, then why did he have a need to cause so much killings/suffering/being thrown out of the garden of eden? Why did he intervene at all, if his plan the whole time was to show man that he could not succeed without him. This goes against what happened in your bible with S&G, the Tower of Babel, etc. I want to know why it took god's intervention if all he intended was to show us how useless we are without him. I want to see why the Jews were tortured and killed just to show them 'hey, you guys just don't know what the fuck you're doing down there - but don't worry, all will be seen when I return'. And if God is trying to prove a point to us, through life's experiences, why doesn't he have us all go through similar experiences? Will we all have something to offer in this great discussion that will take place in the 1,000 year rule; will we have an explosion of knowledge that somehow can't be shared today? Will we need to admit - 'yeah god, you showed us - we perfectly defeated ourselves because you allowed us to and we were too dumb to see it coming..' Why didn't he just create you all intelligent enough to put the pieces together and see for yourselves now?
In fact, I will say this - God isn't coming to join this party. If you want to change the world, here and now is the time to do it. You have this one life, this one chance. Nobody did us any good dead. Period.
You need to understand if humankind would just admit failure this would all be over with. But they won't, not even if humankind was drawing it's last breath. And this is why God doesn't heal amputees.
So by admitting defeat, are we alluding here that we are all demons? Let me give you another picture, that will illustrate what Jesus was saying to you by drinking his blood and eating his body as a ritual
 You are joking, right? I could say, hey, Jesus started this nonsense.. I need to go prepare for the upcoming zombie apocalypse, then.. Those damn conspiracy theorists were right - I need to take up arms against Jesus and his Zombie Army!!! *laughing uncontrollably* According to the OT and NT, we are certainly, as part of the Kingdom inside us and outside us, and with God intervening and giving us personal experiences, part of God's divine rule, as theoretically sound as a theist would put it.. Jesus said that only he himself was righteous, and no other. This fact is repeated in Revelation. He said at one time that 'demons were drunk off of the blood of the righteous', and 'when man shakes off his wine, then he will listen.' He wanted to make you realize back in those days that people were acting like demons. He wanted to wake you up with that slap in the face. 666 - number of man ring a bell??