Most definitely not my intention. That said, I have no issues with your belief, but I did take issue with some of these false constructs we create. Nowhere in the scripture does it say that God is going to sternly ask you “What are you doing here? Why do you deserve all of this?”, the closest we get is the parable of the wedding feast. Additionally, having Christ by your side only makes it look more ridiculous, because it shows the disconnect between the God and Jesus. Like, would the Father say to Jesus “Jesus, I told you about hanging out with these riff raff, he isn’t allowed here!” “Dad! you never trust me! Why do you hate all my friends?”… and then Jesus turns to his friend “I am sorry, but my father does not approve of you, we can’t be friends anymore”… Or maybe he said “Dad, it’s ok, he is with me” “Errm uhm, well, why didn’t you tell me sooner!? If it’s good enough for Jesus it’s good enough for me! Come on in son (or daughter!)”
Of course, I am being silly, but only to show, I think, how silly the whole scenario is.
As to Qaz,
You are right the Bible never directly says that people in heaven are perfect. But I think you would have a hard time holding onto the doctrines you do if you cast doubt on that. I mean, at that point, then God has no problem with sin.
I mean, you can’t hold to the fundamentalist viewpoint of “God can’t bare to look at sin! He is too holy for it!” (It’s like they view it as God’s kryptonite!) while at the same time insinuating that sinners are in heaven. Those two ideas are at odds with each other. Not saying you hold to one or the other, because I don’t know. But I think it is fairly evident, at least scripturally, that Heaven is a place of perfect goodness. I mean, if not, then all we have is a spectrum of goodness. So, some societies may in fact already be heaven! Why? Because the requirement isn’t perfection, it is some other thing and if the idea that earth can never be heaven because even the “best” person is not righteous enough, then we truly have a contradiction. In other words, a heaven that isn’t perfect isn’t so different from what we are capable of this world. Not much to look forward too, if you ask me.