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The belief is that all are judged by the freewill choices they make and it’s just that simple. But think about it. A much more powerful determinant to one’s character and choices than free will is conditioning or perhaps genetics. And conditioning or genetics have nothing to do with free will or choices. Our maturity is, by and large, a reflection of our childhood conditioning, over which we have no control. Most perverted offenders suffered some kind of mistreatment or abuse in their upbringing, which they did not freely choose. Most vile offenders come from ghettoes, broken homes or other depraved upbringings. Likewise religious views are largely determined by conditioning. If one is born in Israel, he/she will most likely be Jewish, the same with Muslims born in Islamic countries, Christians in the West, etc.

So, if our choices and beliefs are largely a result of our conditioning or genetics instead of freewill and we are not responsible for, or in control of such, what does that say about love, fairness and judgment? If judgment exists, there are endless and vastly different beliefs as to what is the standard.

The belief is that we are judged by our choices, but there are endless different views on just what constitutes that judgment with the differences largely based on each one’s acquired belief. Everyone is largely a product of their conditioning and, of course, most are quite sure and confident of their respective beliefs. If judgment exists, there are vastly different beliefs as to just what it is. As far as I’m concerned, if there are two people very sincere in wishing to serve God but cannot agree on what constitutes salvation, that in itself proves that if God is love, there is no judgment. Love would not leave something so crucial to ambiguity. Few are open enough to seriously question.