The bifurcation of Christianity's dealing with the "plot" that drives God's "plan" is never more explicitly revealed as not logically reasoned out than when it comes to the "good" and the "evil" being judged.
What is the point in judging "evil" if God is going to simply call the same sinful, imperfect man "good" who confesses Christ?
It makes about as much sense as putting a zero on top of a zero and calling it 8.
Justification is nothing more than calling evil "good" by reframing the context.
Sin kills man. Man is resurrected and is judged. Redundant.
The condition of sin is merely natural behavior. A dog chases cars because it is a dog and not because the dog is a sinner.
If the dog gets run over by the car and a team of surgeon's brings it back from near-death it is still a dog that will chase cars (unless the injury makes running impossible.) A crippled dog is not a former sinner. The damned dog simply can't run anymore.
Man is crippled by sin. A justified sinner is saved by Grace. The same car-chasing dog is now "saved" and forgiven for continuing to chase cars.
Utter simplicity of logic abused.
Judging the nature of a living creature based on the actions of its nature is like calling a stone bad names because it falls when you let go of it.
A thing IS what it is.
Loving man, for God, means loving what man IS.
Man is a sinner. God cannot love sin. So, God waves a magic wand and calls the sinner "forgiven".
I hate liver. What if I call it chocolate pudding?
That sort of silliness.
There is no basis for God to "so LOVE the world that He gave His only begotten son...." because the World is a world of SIN.
It violates God's previous punishment and destruction of the World by Flood. (They were sinners!)
This all comes down to the various bible stories finding origin in human imagination. There is no OVER-ARCHING PLOT!!
GRACE is a forced plot point that just doesn't work or make sense.