This question is part of of an apparent series that is developing.
Going back to the first post in this series, I pondered the idea, "What if God decided that everyone gets a free pass to Heaven?"
OK, based on that premise, everyone gets a free pass to Heaven, what would the purpose be of morality? If everyone goes to heaven, what is the function of right and wrong? Do right and wrong even exist if there is no Hell to be afraid of entering?
I want to hear your answers. I believe the purpose and function of morality doesn't change much, but I really want to hear your ideas about it.