So much talk of destruction, adverse judgement and the BigA etc...
But the Bible clearly talks of destruction of "God's" enemies right? Well, who are they- really?
It can't be that many. Jesus only referred to a few as being wicked enough to deserve no life. Most people who have ever lived don't know "God" or any concrete so-called "truth". We humans suffer from having either not enough information or too much, in our short lived lives. If a resurrection were to take place and people are judged after that, then that nullifies many peoples eternal fates as taught by the majority of religions. Having "wrong" views and beliefs in and of themselves cannot be the criteria for being destroyed as an "enemy" of "God" as many people are ignorant and only trying to do the best with what they've got. Even people who claim to "hate" "God" if given a face to face with Him and their concerns and questions addressed would most likesly abandon their hate.
God's enemies appear to be those with the intellectual capacity, means, position in life, power and influence to do good to their fellow humans and choose not to. That's a pattern I see in the Bible. I think your average "joe" is going to be fine in standing before his Maker.
What do you think?