Alright, me and this girl have been conversing via myspace for the last few days, she goes to my school and she went to a Christian summer camp over the summer. Basically I started having a discussion with her when she told me about it, first about religions and books then faith and proof and finally she makes a statement about how you don't just have to read the bible and pray, you have to be "saved." She's stated the following: No, not baptized or confirmed or anything to do with anyone but yourself and God. A lot of Christians don't even know about being saved. Its just basically when you accept God into your heart and he forgives you. A lot of people think you can just pray to God to be forgiven for whatever you do, and you cant. when people are praying to go to heaven when they're on their death beds God really doesn't want to hear it. You have to be friends with God and study his word. For example, if I died right now I have no doubt that I'm going to heaven because I was saved, I'm walking with God. I'm walking with him, he's always with me. Being saved is just kind of when you open your eyes and realize he is all you need. Id choose a hug from God over anything, I can even imagine how great it would feel because I know him and I know he is amazing. I don't really see what she's talking about, and it's not just that, but she isn't basing her argument on anything solid. Thoughts?