Originally Posted by Tallit
Judaism teaches that non-Jews who act ethically are assured a place in the world to come; it's more about your deeds then your creeds.
I really like that saying!
As for my thoughts as a Neopagan and Witch, the idea of salvation isn't exactly relevant. Perhaps the only thing we need to be saved from is often times ourselves, and each other. We make our own heavens and hells in this life.
I come from the Eastern Orthodox tradition, which if you ever read writings of its saints, especially the desert fathers, has a graphic picture of hell. I remember reading about an Abbot Gerasim who had visions of a deceased fellow monk being dragged into hell by demons just because he was a bit too fond of wine.
I don't think a loving deity or deities would allow a good person to burn in a fire pit forever because she or he lacked the proper theology. That's just sick. Indeed, I don't think there is a proper theology.
As for the life to come, who knows? I'm having a hard enough time figuring out this life.