First, I would like to state my stance in this thread, and that stance is that Pascal's Wager is a bunk argument for believing in God. For information regarding Pascal's Wager, visit this link: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/pascal-wager/ Of all the objections spelled out on that site, one is missing that is the most easily expressed, clear, and simple of all. That objection, my friends, is that given the fact that none of us know anything about God, should he exist, we do not know that believers would go to Heaven. Every possibility begins as equally likely. Only believers go to Heaven Everyone goes to Heaven No one goes to Heaven Only atheists go to Heaven We take it for granted that if God exists, he must favor those who believe in him. You can't take things like that for granted. Thus, Pascal's Wager fails.