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God Versus Minos The journey that life takes one on is sometimes long and difficult There are many obstacles to overcome and decisions to make Occasionally one makes a bad judgement and in consequence commits a malevolent act Although this act is resentful ones entire life is not based on this single action Just as Theodore Roosevelt once declared We must remember not to judge any man by any one act a human being is not disclosed to eternal damnation for a solitary or even a few malignant offenses The Almighty Lord evaluates ones entire life and then sends ones soul to heaven hell or purgatory When ones soul is sent to hell it arrives at the feet of the evil and vicious Minos Minos from the poem Inferno is solely a being who assigns individuals to certain destinations in hell He is a being who assesses ones sins once God has sent ones soul to him Minos is disparate to the Lord in many ways because he does not evaluate an individuals entire life and because he possesses evil qualities Firstly God evaluates ones entire existence before he assigns your soul to a certain destination He assesses the good and the bad that one committed from beginning to end He basically looks at an overview of how one lived their life He considers many things He contemplates what one did with their life and the way that one acted while they were alive For example did one accomplish everything that they could have during their life or did one fool around and waste their entire existence on this earth Moreover God also appraises what kind of individual one was during their lifetime before he makes a decision on where ones soul will eventually rest For instance was one a caring and amicable individual or was one a resentful and spiteful being Lastly and most importantly God surveys if one was a virtuous
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