Hmmm... Before answering any questions, I have one I have been pondering on my own. I have read in several different places, including Stephenie Meyer's website, that the reason Edward left was solely to protect Bella from vampires. This is true, indeed, but the impression that I also got when I first read the chapters, especially in "The End" was that Edward was also thinking about his family. I imagine he would, and the fact that Bella was a huge temptation for all of them - especially Jasper - would bring Edward to the final decision of leaving so he wouldn't tear his family apart in case an "accident" happened again. This is never mentioned anywhere I have read, but I wonder if anyone else thought about this too.
Let me know.
Now, for the questions:
1. Obviously, Bella thinks Edward has a soul and is good enough to go to heaven. Her own judgment of herself, however, is a little poor, thinking - of all people - she would wind up in hell.
2. Well, "The odds" he is referring to is what are the odds of Charlie going to a funeral, other than Bella's, after he had already heard the news from Rosalie that Bella was a goner. That, by the way, was as Shakespearean as it gets. I wanted to "La Push" Jacob off of a cliff myself for that!
3. Hmmm, I don't know if the Cullens have a chance against the Volturi. Their "superpowers" are pretty diverse and, with the lack of a better word, powerful. However, Bella stands a chance, because they can't read her mind, so it's easy for her to hide. I haven't read the other books yet, so I can't get too deep on that subject. Don't spoil for me!!!
4. She pretty much knows that the Cullens want to make her one of them. She decided to put her mortality to a vote to "democratically" win the argument against Edward. Smart girl. By the way, when Rosalie explains why she voted "no", it really brought a couple tears to my eyes. I was surprisingly touched by that.