You need to look up the definition of imputed. Also look up reckoned and check the synonyms too. We are reckoned as righteous by grace through faith. All your works are as filthy rags to God. How many piles of filthy rags does it take to please God? Then you need to do some serious bible study. And compare what scripture says to what your accursed, false religion of romanism says.
Ok, guess what? You are wrong.
Attribute praise or, more generally, blame to someone whether the person is actually responsible or not [to ascribe to another]. [Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J, Modern Catholic Dictionary]
If you don’t like this definition, you’re not going to like the truth either.
A Reformation theory that God ceases to impute to a sinner the guilt of one's sins because the merits of Christ are imputed to one in justification. The theory was condemned by the Council of Trent, which declared that, through justification, the sinner is not merely no longer considered sinful (because of Christ's imputed merits) but becomes a child of God, possessed of sanctifying grace and having a right to heaven. [Ibid]
Grace however is infused, a reality marked on the soul, not an attribute, not imputed, or inputted, as many want to say. Martin Luther's philosophy of imputation is salvation stamped on the impure soul of the elect, unable to resist and thus is saved.
If we take imputed justice as the deformationist way, we are left with an illogical enigma. Such a model of grace according to Protestant doctrine is irresistible yet not for the sinner. The sinner is can only be righteous according to God given grace when He covers the dung pile with a white blanket of snowy righteousness of Christ and says, “this is my adopted son”.
If you think that's illogical it gets more convoluted. If God sees into the hearts of men discerning the just and the unjust, why then would he declare the dung pile “righteous”? Does God not have a sense of smell? Holding his nose, God is forced to pick His deformed dung pile to ascend to heaven where the unclean are not permitted – an absurd incongruity. You must wonder about the sincerity of a God when He can create the universe with His word, call it good and can’t discern between just and unjust.
Conversely, the Catholic infusion of grace is true salvation, without a magician’s magic snow-blanket trick. He judges a man righteous based on his faith and his perseverance in good works keeping His Word. God’s grace is freely given to man for perfection in the conversion of faith. In the perfection of one’s justification we are assured salvation, and ever-increasing grace washing and regenerating the soul of a just man.