So many "accept Christ as their savior" out of fear...
…as opposed to love, no doubt. But is it possible to really love someone that you came to purely because you thought they'd burn you forever otherwise, and to desire to serve them from the heart when selfish fear of the consequences of not doing so was what made you want to worship the object of terror in the first place (not that I blame anyone for trying their best to please God because they think an eternity in the flames of hell will be their fate if they fail to!)? Can a negative input yield a positive output?
When one of us UR'ists comes along and debunks hell, they go into a rage because we are threatening to take away what they think will bring in the lost sheep.
For reasons already stated, I find it difficult to imagine the threat of ET acting as the catalyst that makes a person feel affection for God anyway. Besides, shouldn't somebody who knows what it's like to experience the joy of life in Christ while in the flesh want as many others as possible to experience it here and now too, instead of being content to just leave it for the lake of fire or whatever to turn others to him?
You see, the problem with ET'ers is that the heresy goes much deeper than just believing in hell at the surface. Their whole doctrine is built around hell. The scope of this pagan heresy is overwhelming. I know. I've been there. It is a deep trap that only God can pull them out of, as he has done for each of us on this forum - Praise be to the Father for his Truth!
Funnily enough, I've run into a couple of people to whom the reverse applies (i.e. UR to ET) - one of whose switchovers I could foresee a good year or two before it occurred because he was becoming increasingly judgmental and coming off more and more as the sort who'd probably get a buzz out of condemning to hell those he objected to. (When it finally started to happen, even members of an evangelical church he was a part of but would later fall out with weren't to be spared. Furthermore, he asserted that URists were self-righteous for thinking of themselves as superior for rejecting the idea of everlasting maltreatment, and was quick to call others self-righteous too even though anyone who did likewise to him or his ilk was projecting their anger - as I gathered were at least some of those who queried his claims without scolding, though one polite fellow on his discussion forum was instead more charitably accused by him of possessing "evil views".) Not known him to condemn others to hell on his website within the last three or so years mind you, although I don't go to it very often these days and never look at every page there when I do.
Having seen Mary Baxter on YouTube, however, it's certainly not my opinion that she's a nasty, bigoted power-tripper who enjoys damning people to hell - rather, she seems to have compassion for the lost and genuinely doesn't appear to want anybody to go to the horrific place she claims to have been to. In which case, if she truly does believe what she writes and says about it because her visions were totally real to her, it's hardly surprising if she struggles a bit to hang on to her sanity from time to time. (Gary Amirault has personally seen her and didn't believe she was mentally stable.)