I am extremely interested in religions. Like I said I grew up in the church until I was about 16.
I found a church that was actually willing to answer all of my questions regardless of how controversial. Many of them were your typical "You must have faith" "Only God knows" answers but I did get some real answers.
What stuck with me the most though was they told me to go to heaven, you must have 100% faith in God. I questioned if this was even possible (And related to this topic, with a suicide victim this wouldnt be the case) They told me that if you lived your life according to the commandments, but at your death bed you had doubt about God, you would be sent to hell.
On the opposite side, if you lived a bad life. Murder, steal, rape, whatever... but at your death bed you accepted God you would go to heaven so long as you asked for forgiveness.
This I found shocking. I have yet to be able to get as straight forward of an answer from another church so I'm not sure how common this belief is. I can definitly see how it does apply to the suicide argument though. Obviously if you are killing yourself, you have lost faith that God will fix things or give you the strength to fix things. By this logic, you would go to Hell.
I do want to tell you I respect you saying you didn't know the answer, wannahorse. I don't know if you will come back quoting scriptures as an answer, but very rarely do you get an "I don't know" as an answer when speaking to a religious person as an agnostic.