Hollywood A-Lister Mocks Christians

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Arnold Schwarzenegger believes heaven and hell are both fantasies, and there is no difference between them, sharing his thoughts that death is the end.

He believes that there is no afterlife and thinks that anyone who says otherwise is a “liar.”

The 75-year-old actor shared his thoughts on faith with Danny DeVito, 78, during a conversation for Interview Magazine’s “What’s Next for Us.”

The Terminator star said Howard Stern asked him what he thought happened when we die. He replied: “You are buried six feet underground. That’s it.”

Although Arnold admitted he is no expert in spiritual matters and does not know what happens to the soul, he explained his belief that the physical body we see now will never be seen the same. The bodybuilder said he feels uncomfortable discussing death but shared his belief that heaven is not real.

The former Governor of California highlighted that he lost about 15 friends from his days as a bodybuilder over the past 20 years, making him rethink the idea of ​​the afterlife because of the limited time on earth.

He said that the thought of seeing loved ones in heaven might sound comforting, but he suggested there isn’t any meeting again after death.

He said that while some people find comfort in the afterlife, he is not.

During the discussion, the actor revealed that he fathered a baby named Joseph with his housekeeper Mildred Baena, breaking his ex-wife Maria Shriver’s heart.

Schwarzenegger revealed Shriver had confronted him about his illegitimate son during a meeting with their marriage counselor in 2011.

A new three-part documentary called Arnold starts on Netflix on Wednesday (June 14) and is expected to reveal more about the former California Governor’s trials and tribulations.

According to the official synopsis, the documentary series follows the life of Arnold Schwarzenegger, from his education in Austria to his success in America. The series has interviews with Schwarzenegger and his friends, enemies, fellow actors, and observers.