Am I going to hell?
Here's what I find irrational.
I deny the existence of the "holy spirit". According to the Bible, this means that I'm eternally damned to hell.
God is supposed to be omnibenevolent. Why would a being of unlimited and infinite goodness condemn me to eternal suffering for the simple act of disbelieving he exists? Is that not inconsistent with omnibenevolence?
Furthermore, apparently I'm eternally damned for not believing in the god(s) of the Hebrew or Islamic faiths (yeah, I realize, same God, different scriptures), or any of the various monotheistic or polytheistic religions who have a concept of hell.
If I follow one faith, apparently, I'm screwed by the others. I find this to be wholly irrational and unreasonable.
I realize that the theists are going to respond saying that their faith is the one true way, and that all of the other guys are damned, too. I find that irrational as well.
I suppose the point is moot anyway, since by my own admission, I'm going to hell. Apparently. Or maybe not, as I believe that the rational position is that it's all a bunch of hokum to begin with.
I'm going to hell.