Christians break the Golden Rule when accepting Jesus as savior.
Jesus indicated that doing unto others as we would want done to us was a commandment.
Having another innocent person suffer for the wrongs you have done, --- so that you might escape responsibility for having done them, goes against the Golden Rule and Jesus’ commandment.
None of us would want to be punished for someone else’s sin, yet Christians ignore Jesus’ commandment and eagerly consent to let Jesus suffer for the sins they have done so that they might escape their just punishment.
From what Jesus said, Christians are showing that they are not fit for heaven as they do not follow Jesus’ commandment and thus do evil.
Should Christians step up and make themselves fit for heaven by rejecting substitutionary atonement?