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Where are they Now?: Bob Saget, Betty White & Five Ways To Kill A Church

"Comedians Bob Saget and Betty White both pass away days from one another leaving their fans saddened and wondering where they are concerning the next life. We also take a look at the five ways you can kill any church." from video introduction.

Usually when we ask where are they now we refer to a celebrity or some other famous person as to what are they doing now in the present. But it is fair to ask although we can truly not know where theses peoples souls are in the afterlife?

Were they faithful to Christ all or some of their life or did they have a death bed experience, again we can never know. Here is some information about Actors Bob Saget and Betty White. - Andy

Bob Saget was Jewish

"Bob Saget’s Rabbi Steve Carr Reuben has broken his silence about the star’s sudden passing.

The actor-comedian, known for his role as single dad Danny Tanner on the sitcom "Full House" and as the wisecracking host of "America’s Funniest Home Videos," died on Sunday. He was 65.

Deputies in Orange County, Florida, were called Sunday about an "unresponsive man" in a hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando and found Saget dead, according to a sheriff’s statement on Twitter. Detectives found "no signs of foul play or drug use in this case.

Reuben, the former senior rabbi of Kehillat Israel in Los Angeles, wrote an op-ed for Forward where he shared his memories of the beloved comic..." from the article: Bob Saget’s rabbi honors late ‘Full House’ star in touching tribute: ‘One of the greatest gifts of my life’

Betty White was a Member of The Unity Church

"What did Betty White believe?

That’s because it’s conventional wisdom that “all good people go to heaven.” Only one in three Americans affirm the statement, “When you die you will go to heaven only because you have confessed your sins and have accepted Jesus Christ as your Savior.” By contrast, 63 percent of adults believe “having faith matters more than which faith you have.”

According to a substantive Probe Ministries study, over 60 percent of Born Again Christians believe Muhammad, Buddha, and Jesus are all valid ways to God. Pew Forum reports that 39 percent of Americans say even people who do not believe in God at all can go to heaven. Only 2 percent of Americans think they are going to hell.

As a result, most Americans think Betty White’s personal religious beliefs are irrelevant to the question. She was reportedly a member of the Unity Church, which describes itself as being “for people who might call themselves spiritual but not religious.” Its “five principles” state:

  1. God is all there is and present everywhere. This is the force of love and wisdom that underlies all of existence.

  2. Human beings are divine at their core and therefore inherently good.

  3. Human beings are divine at their core and therefore inherently good.

  4. Thoughts have creative power to determine events and attract experiences.

  5. Prayer and meditation keep us aligned with the one great power in the universe.

  6. It is not enough to understand spiritual teachings. We must live the Truth we know.

I could find no evidence that the Unity Church teaches the need for people to confess their sins and turn to Christ as their Savior and Lord..." from the article: Did Betty White Go to Heaven?

The Unity Church

"Unity, formerly known as the Unity School of Christianity, has its roots in the New Thought movement, a blend of positive thinking, spiritism, eastern religions, and Christianity that was popular in the late 19th century. Although Unity and Christian Science have the same background in New Thought, Unity is separate from that organization.

Located in Unity Village, Missouri, Unity is the parent organization of the Association of Unity Churches International. The two groups hold the same beliefs.

Unity does not profess any of the Christian creeds. Its Diversity Statement says Unity is free of discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, age, creed, religion, national origin, ethnicity, physical disability or sexual orientation..." from the article: What Do Unity Churches Believe?

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