And I respectfully believe you are wrong.
If you're gonna speak by the Book, please don't stop halfway. *According to the Bible* Jesus went down to Earth to open Heaven's gates that were shut since Adam and Eve, but it's up to us to choose right or wrong so yes, basically, every we do counts one way or the other.
Robin's death is a tragedy, not only because we lost him, but because someone so obviously inclined to do good to others couldn't defeat his own daemons and finally lost his battle against depression. Yes, from a Christian point of view, he took his life that was not his but given by God and it's a sin that he did etc. This is where it gets tricky. For all the strength he gave to so many, he didn't have enough to choose life over death. No one should judge him for the final second when he gave up. I feel so sorry for those whose life is too much pain, and when I write this, I don't do it lightly but with the closest relatives in mind...
Mr Williams, you gave us so many touching movies, you have all my respect. Rest in Peace. If you are not in Heaven right now, Heaven is not a place worth going to!
Thank you for the respectful reply.
You are right, I should not stopped halfway, maybe even list out scriptures backing up my claim. And you are right that Jesus came to Earth and opened Heaven's gates that were shut since Adam and Eve. The thing is, we are have done bad/wrong/evil things (which you eluded to) (see Romans 3:23). But it is our belief that Jesus Christ paid the price for our sins, even while we were sinners (see Romans 5:8). We learn that those sins get us into hell, but that God's gift to us, through His son Jesus, is forgiveness of sins and eternal life (see Romans 6:23). That is what makes us righteous is God's eyes (not the good we do), so that we may enter through them.(Romans 10:9-13).
I'm not saying we should continue to do wrong, quite the opposite. Since we are 'a new creation' we should turn from our old sinful ways (2 Corinthians 5:17) We will still do bad things, but we ask for forgiveness and choose to what is right.
I believe RW is in heaven (I always hope for the best in things).