The concept of imputation is one of my favorite topics for reading, and as far as i've learned, there are at least 3 imputations made (or is being made) by God to men. These are: 1. Imputation of Adam's sin to everyone else. 2. Imputation of everyone's sins to Jesus Christ. 3. Imputation of Christ's righteousness to those who believe. The results of these imputations: 1. Imputation of Adam's sin to the whole human race got everyone condemned unconditionally. Yup, every human being is imputed Adam's sin without their choice and are thus automatically got condemned without their choice. 2. This would also mean that the personal sins everyone commits is "no longer" a factor for condemnation. this is for the reason that while those sins deserve punishment, the punishment has already come before those sins. 3. While it sounds unfair, it is actually quite an enginous act of love from God, when one starts to consider the second imputation - men's sin to Christ. 4. While one is automatically condemned without his choice at birth, he automatically gets to be a candidate of God's salvation due to Christ's sacrifice. 5. With everyone sins imputed to Christ, sin is no longer an issue for everyone. The wages of sin is death, but Christ's death is a payment enough to cover all sins. This does not, however, automatically gets everyone saved. 6. God will only accept anyone with righteousness as perfect as His. And nope. Imputation of everyone's sins to Christ does not fulfill that. Thus, everyone remains unacceptable to God the Father, for having no absolute righteousness. 7. Upon faith, Christ's righteousness is imputed to the believer and thus become acceptable to God the Father, then comes salvation. Now the questions: 1. Have you actually come across this concept? Imputation seems to be relatively less discussed in Sunday school. 2. Do you believe in the first imputation? 3. If you do, is it explained in scriptures why wouldn't God just wait for one's first sin before condemnation?