Imagine after we die, for an unpredictable future, I wonder in what manner Jesus Christ would judge us. Even without accounting the population of dead who will be raised up at the Last Judgment, we now have more than 7 billions living people on earth. It is estimated that we have about 107 billion people who have ever lived.
I wonder at the time of the General Resurrection, and at the final Judgment, that how Jesus Christ will judge all of us. According to Scripture, every individual of the human race will have to appear before the judgment seat, Eccl. 12:14; Matt. 12:36, 37; 25:32; Rom. 14:10; II Cor. 5:10; Rev. 20:12.
With that being said, all the parties including the demons will also be judged and the duration of the judgment cannot be determined. Some assert it will be a day of a thousand years.For e.g., it is likely to take millions of years even if it could finish judging a person within an hour.
Below is the simple math calculating the duration to judge 100 billion people.
(100,000,000,000 / 24 ) / 365 = 11415525.11415525
That is more than 10 million years guys!
So my question is,
Will all of us (including demons) have to be at the hearing while being judged one by one? Or is it going to happen concurrently? Or will it be broken down to a singularity?
Let me explain it further according to Scripture: Rev. 20:12 (The Final Judgment)
And I saw the dead, great and small, standing before the throne. And there were open books, and one of them was the book of life. And the dead were judged according to their deeds, as recorded in the books.
II Cor. 5:10 (Good and Bad Fruit)
For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each of us may receive what is due us for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad.
Does it suggest that we, all nations (billions of people with different languages) have to be present and standing before the throne at the same time in order to listen to every details of each person's good or bad deeds including the verdict and the pronouncement to be transcribed?
Is there any supporting Scripture that describes there will be a common language or any sort of advanced intelligence available for all of us starting from the time of the Judgement?
Note: This question has already been asked in christianity.stackexchange.com a month ago but was removed after a few hours. It did receive some answers and positive feedbacks and one of the answers suggests "There is no Scripture that supports the theology."
When considering it from the audience's perspective, will every verdict or pronouncement for all good and bad deeds made by billions of people be acknowledged by our poor intelligence? or is it not necessary to acknowledge other's deeds at all?
Please shed me some light.