if their actions are not like Christ are they held as accountable as a person who does not have the disability?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 12:04 PM on Oct. 17, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
Answer by eringobrough at 12:20 PM on Oct. 17, 2009
Philosophically, the consensus seems to be that people who are developmentally unable to understand the concepts are, like children, not held to the same standards. Basically most theologians use more or less the same standards as our justice system, so if one would be ruled incompetent to stand trial they are only expected to be as "Christ-like" as their developmental development makes possible. They seem to assume that God will know what their mental abilities will allow.
Answer by nysa00 at 12:24 PM on Oct. 17, 2009
No they are not. Behaviors must be a concious decision or at least ones that we are able to resist.
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