Isn’t living a good life enough? Isn’t there a god of love? Why does there have to be this idea of judgment and accountability?
Amy Orr Ewing argues that we feel very differently about judgment when we’re the perpetrator, than when we’re the ones who have stepped over a line. We don’t like judgment when we’re guilty but when we’re the victim, we feel differently about it.
For more about morality and judgement read Can't I just be Good?