Benevolent God: If you live a reasonably good life, you are saved. Otherwise, regardless of what you believe, you’re out of luck. Damnation/Annihilation.
Jealous God: If you believe, you will be saved. Otherwise, you’re out of luck.
Jealous God 2.0: If you believe AND follow the commandments, you will be saved. Otherwise, you’re out of luck.
No God: What you do is irrelevant, you rot anyway. If you lived a good life they’ll remember you as a better guy, though.
Indifferent G-D: Whatever you do, you end up at the same place. Nondescript afterlife. Belief, or good actions, are irrelevant.
Reincarnation: Belief doesn’t matter. Enlightenment does.
Any Pagan Religion: Complex beliefs about the afterlife.
Shinto/Shamanism: Spirit World. Deeds relevant.
Why should we non-believers (in christianity) convert, Xians?
It’s a simple attempt to prove there are many outcomes possible, dependind on the kind of deity or lack thereof, and so Christianity/Islam are mathematically not preferrable to any other religion.
Being equiprobable, no “belief” is mathematically superior.
Point is: Most religions favor being a good guy over faith. Why the hell should faith matter? Of all the possibilities listed, except for the Jealous God (Xianity) and Jealous God 2.0 (Islam) faith was irrelevant.
Faith and submission to authority get literally swallowed by being a nice guy, in the mathematical payoff.
Benevolent God counters the faith infinity scheme, and all the others would damn a sinner who repents but is flawed anyway.
What do you think about Pascal's Wager 2.0?