He then divided that up into 4 possible outcomes based on an individual’s observance:
1. There is a God AND you practice your religion ——> You go to heaven! ?
2. There is a God and you don’t practice your religion ——> You go to hell ?
3. There is no God and you practice your religion ——> Nothing happens ?
4. There is no God and you don’t practice your religion ——> Nothing happens ?
Statistically, according to Pascal, your best bet is to practice your religion JUST IN CASE outcome 1 occurs. No matter how minute the probability is, according to many religious people, it’s still worth it. Just in case.
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