What’s “equivalent to nirvana” in christanity?

Like with Buddhists and Buddhist People, it says the main goal for becoming a Buddhist is to achieve or get to “Nirvana”?? What about christianity? Like what’s the “Goal” for Christianity? What would be the “Nirvana” in Christianity?

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  • Heaven obviously.

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  • Salvation?
    I imagine that would be the fancy word for it.

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  • Heaven

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  • Heaven, being at one with God and the other people in heaven.

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  • Im pretty sure for most people it's avoiding going to hell

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  • It's not the same set of rules, but like LloydAsher said, it would be heaven.

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  • Christian's strive to be "like jesus" in life, I would say that living just as jesus did is the closest thing in christianity to nirvana. Then heaven is the reward for doing that, much like when you achieve nirvana you can finally escape the constant cycle of death and rebirth we're all stuck in.

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  • Depends on the person. I feel it is a very individualistic thing. There are many sects within christianity as well, so that has a lot of influence

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  • Monogamy and purity according to my folks

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  • Kurt Cobain

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  • I guess Heaven, but perhaps being born again.

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  • I hope there are dogs, but cats in Heaven!

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  • Being one with god and knowing no matter how bad life gets that there is something better waiting at the end of it. I think that is equivalent to what other cultures call enlightenment. It's also the cure for nihilism.

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  • Raping children I guess. That's the only thing they're good at.

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    • That's just the catholic church. They don't worship God or Jesus, they actually worship Lucifer and Moloch. That's where the drinking of blood and eating of flesh comes from in their rituals. They even have 'Lucifer's throne' and statues of Moloch and other pagan deities in the vatican. The child abuse is also part of rituals based on traditions of child sacrifice, although most of them just do it because they are perverts and don't even know about the real reasons.

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  • Celebrating xms with wine and steak.
    JK

    IDK anything Abt Christianity

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