The vast majority of Americans self-identify as Christians.
And that means they have some deeply held beliefs and faith.
But now Arnold Schwarzenegger is in hot water after this anti-Christian tirade sent people of faith from around the world into a rage.
While nearly three-quarters of U.S. adults say they believe in Heaven, famous actor and former California “Republican” Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger now says the idea that people will see each other again after death is only a “fantasy.”
A tenet of Christianity
There are certain beliefs one must have to be a Christian.
Obviously, a belief in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, belief in the immaculate conception and virgin birth of Jesus, his sinless life, his crucifixion, and resurrection.
And you must believe in Heaven.
All of those are core tenets of the Christian faith.
In fact, unless those beliefs are held, one is literally not a Christian.
But that doesn’t stop some charlatans from claiming otherwise, something that is also spoken of in the Bible.
False prophets and non-Christians attacking the faith is as much a part of the Christianity as prayer.
And it seems the Terminator himself is determined to attack people of faith.
“A F***ing liar”
The 75-year-old actor and one-time politician recently debuted in the leading role in the family-friendly Netflix spy series FUBAR.
He sat down and shared his thoughts on the afterlife during a conversation with fellow actor Danny DeVito, who he starred with in the 1988 movie Twins.
DeVito asked the former California Governor if he thought about whether or not humanity will endure.
Schwarzenegger said that made him recall a similar question he was asked during an interview with shock jock Howard Stern.
“It reminds me of Howard Stern’s question to me: ‘Tell me, governor, what happens to us when we die?’” Schwarzenegger said. “I said, ‘Nothing. You’re 6 feet under. Anyone that tells you something else is a f— liar.’”
And with that one sentence, Schwarzenegger told many of his fans what he really thinks of them.
DeVito pushed back against his former co-star and friend, saying, “you don’t know.”
Schwarzenegger then seemingly realized what he had said, leading him to attempt to meekly clarify that he was referring to human’s physical bodies, not their souls.
But that was not how he had originally answered Stern years ago.
Seemingly trying to change the subject, Schwarzenegger then made it clear that he is uncomfortable with death and would prefer not to die.
“I said, ‘We don’t know what happens with the soul and all this spiritual stuff that I’m not an expert in, but I know that the body as we see each other now, we will never see each other again like that,” Schwarzenegger said.
“Except in some fantasy,” he added. “When people talk about, ‘I will see them again in Heaven,’ it sounds so good, but the reality is that we won’t see each other again after we’re gone. That’s the sad part. I know people feel comfortable with death, but I don’t.”
Now the only question is will Schwarzenegger’s fans, especially those who are Christian, continue to support his work.
US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.