I recently asked a Catholic theologian a question that was partially answered using what was described as current theology on the particular judgement. I would like to know if any one else is familiar with it, or has an opinion about it.
This theology starts out familiar eneogh in that the moment we die we meet God face to face. There is a 180 degree turn about in how the actual judgement happens compared to the more common thoughts on how it goes.
God doesn’t even make a decision.
When we see Him, we will be face to face with Love. If we say yes to Love we are saved, if we say no we are damned. The way to know what will most likely happen is to look at how we respond to* the demands of* God’s Love in our life. In every moment did we do what Love requires? What did we make a habit of? Did we say yes habitually? Or No? More than likely according to this theology what will determine our fate will be the habitual response we cultivated during our life.