Most never directly answer the question asked. The question was, "why should god let "you" into heaven?" but then most will dally with words involving, scriptures, quotations, etc., other than just simply answering the question as asked. I can respect what they are sayings, etc. But the question it's self actually goes unanswered as asked. Notice the word "you" in the question. I am not here to prove anybody wrong, I'd just like to see a question should one choose to participate, answered as asked? And there is no pun intended regardless of how they respond. They gave what they thought was their best answer.
Even if one doesn't answer your question as asked, you should appreciate their time for responding at all.
No one owes you an answer, let alone the one you expect.
But the above is not what happened in this thread. Brother @frankster
answered you. He not only answered, but spoke specifically to questions you asked as well as statements you made. He was very kind, thoughtful, and generous. Your response to him was "You sir, are so lost!"
among other things.
This, while you actually asked 7 different questions in your opening post. There are 7 question marks!???????! So when Brother @frankster
attempted to answer your questions, speak to your concerns, you harp on 1 question - after asking 7 all at the same time!
If someone chooses to share their personal path, experience, insight with you - answering your questions
- the least you can do is take it or leave it alone. You do not have to disrespect it.