Is god unfair to people born into other religions?

if someone is born into the incorrect religion it's not there fault right? If so it's not there fault that they are part of the wrong religion. And what if the person grew up an athiest? That's not there fault either. So is god unfair to people born into the wrong religion? it's as if some people are destined to go to heaven while some are not. please help.
Asked Feb 21, 2016
Edited Feb 23, 2016
good question I would like to know this too.
If God existed, then yes, same as how the Muslim god would be unfair to Christians, but he doesn't exist either.
Answered Jul 30, 2016
no. as long as you believe in god and get forgiven for your sins he will forgive you.
Answered Feb 23, 2016
That is very understandable to feel that way, because there are so many religion. And you can not help which religion you are born into. But God has provided the way for ones to find him. At Matthew 28:19-20 Jesus commissioned his disciples to go out and preach and make disciples. But many people wonder what is the true religion and how can they find it? The Bible answers those questions.

The Bible’s answer
Illustrating how to tell the difference between those who practice true religion and those who do not, the Bible says: “By their fruits you will recognize them. Never do people gather grapes from thorns or figs from thistles, do they?” (Matthew 7:16) Just as you can distinguish a grapevine from a thornbush by what it produces, you can distinguish true religion from false by its fruits, or by these identifying features.

True religion teaches the truth that is based on the Bible, not on human philosophies. (John 4:24; 17:17) This includes religious truths about the soul and the hope of everlasting life on a paradise earth. (Psalm 37:29; Isaiah 35:5, 6; Ezekiel 18:4) It also does not hold back from exposing religious falsehood.—Matthew 15:9; 23:27, 28.
True religion helps people to know God, including teaching them his name, Jehovah. (Psalm 83:18; Isaiah 42:8; John 17:3, 6) It does not teach that he is incomprehensible or aloof; rather, it teaches that he wants us to have a relationship with him.—James 4:8.
True religion highlights Jesus Christ as the one through whom God grants salvation. (Acts 4:10, 12) Its members obey Jesus’ commands and strive to follow his example.—John 13:15; 15:14.
True religion focuses on God’s Kingdom as mankind’s only hope. Its members actively tell others about that Kingdom.—Matthew 10:7; 24:14.
True religion promotes unselfish love. (John 13:35) It teaches respect for all ethnic groups and welcomes people from all races, cultures, languages, and backgrounds. (Acts 10:34, 35) Moved by love, its members do not go to war.—Micah 4:3; 1 John 3:11, 12.
True religion has no paid clergy, and it does not give high-sounding religious titles to any of its members.—Matthew 23:8-12; 1 Peter 5:2, 3.
True religion is completely neutral in political affairs. (John 17:16; 18:36) However, its members respect and obey the government where they live, in harmony with the Bible’s command: “Pay back Caesar’s things to Caesar [representing the civil authority], but God’s things to God.”—Mark 12:17; Romans 13:1, 2.
True religion is a way of life, not just a ritual or a formality. Its members adhere to the Bible’s high moral standards in all aspects of life. (Ephesians 5:3-5; 1 John 3:18) Rather than being grim, though, they find joy in worshipping “the happy God.”—1 Timothy 1:11.
Those who practice true religion will be in the minority. (Matthew 7:13, 14) Members of the true religion are often looked down on, ridiculed, and persecuted for doing God’s will.—Matthew 5:10-12.
True religion is not just ‘the right religion for me’

There is a danger in choosing a religion based solely on how it makes us feel. The Bible foretold a time when people would “surround themselves with [religious] teachers to have their ears tickled.” (2 Timothy 4:3) In contrast, the Bible encourages us to follow “the religion that is clean and undefiled from the standpoint of our God and Father,” even if that religion is unpopular.—James 1:27, footnote; John 15:18, 19

A website that you may find interesting is It is a Bible based website that millions visit each day. It answer so many questions that we have concerning the Bible and many other things. This website encourages all to look to the Bible and will show you how. If you decide to go you can selection Bible teachings and then Bible questions answered.
Answered Mar 07, 2016
No it's not true. God is one for all religion.
Answered May 02, 2016

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