God exists, or he doesn't.
If he exists, and you side with God, you gain everlasting life, heaven, and leasure at his side. If he doesn't, and you side with God, You live a good life, you live, you die, and you lose nothing.
If God exists, and you side against him, you pay the price of Hell, eternal separation from God, eternal pain, and suffering, and the torture of damnation. If he doesn't, and you side against God, you live, you die, and you gain nothing.
You see the part I highlighted, there? That would refer to those of us who, as you pointed out, do not believe in your faith. So, the very tenets of your faith, should you prove correct, propose that we are going to be punished for doing nothing more than living life according to our best understanding of life.
And you cannot understand why there are those of us who do not believe in your faith who might, still, take issue with the tenets of that faith? Really?
Does the Jedi restriction on love extend to those who are not Jedi? Does the Bushido code presume to have authority over those who are not Samurai? Does Christianity presume to have authority over non-Christians? The answer to only one of those questions is, "Yes," and it is neither of the former.