The question is, if neither one of the personalitys is prevailing or there was no unique identity, which identity or quintessence gets the brilliant or magnificent ring? In the event that there are three identities in one body (as in the film “The Three Faces of Eve”), and say one identity is virtuous, another identity is skeptical and a third is corrupt, which identity gets life following death? Does it need to be limited to the condition of one substance for every one body gets one existence in the wake of death?
The issue of more than one personality in only one body, say as in Siamese Twins with two heads and brains yet one body, with regards to existence in the wake of death, is a philosophical and religious issue that I haven’t seen tended to.
I ask why? Maybe it is standing out too hard wicker bin, perhaps too hard for a god to determine!Is there a Judgment?As indicated by [“Closer to Truth” contributor] J.P. Moreland, there will be a judgment from a position of great authority.
Moreland puts forth that expression in light of the fact that the Christian religion is completely genuine in view of verifiable confirmation from New Testament archives and that Jesus really climbed substantial from the dead and that Jesus was the Son of God. The Christian religion is valid, there’s chronicled confirmation to back that up, and in this manner there must be a judgment since Christian religion says as much.