keep track of every act and deed, public and private, every thought and prayer by every person who ever lived, and then in some manner tabulate the score so that an individual judgment, at some point with justice, may be made.
On the one hand, then, I ask this of God; but on the other, it requires of me a supreme act of faith in His ability to do what, to the finite mind, is an impossibility. No combination of known brains can even sensibly discuss the means by which we might invent a system which would, second by split second, forever record and weigh the acts, deeds, and thoughts of all of the people who will ever live, from the first man to the last man. So, I must rule out this human possibility and resort to a faith in the Almighty. If I do, then I must accept, without proof or an understandable blueprint, other aspects requiring acts of faith.