Questions for those that still want to say babies are "born in sin" or actually "commit sin".
If babies sin...
Can you name one sin that babies commit?
Why did Jesus say the kingdom of heaven belongs to little children? (Matt. 19:14)
Where in the bible does it show a baby committing sin?
If babies are "born in sin"...
Why did Ezekiel say each man is responsible for his own sin (actions), not those of his father --and vice versa? (Ezekiel 18:19-20)
Why did Moses say basically the same thing as Ezekiel? (Deuteronomy 24:16)
Why, if babies are born in sin, did Job say, if he had died at birth, he would have been "at rest?" (Job 3:11-13)
If humans are born in sin (and Jesus was 100% human), how then was Christ sinless?
If babies are "born in sin" how was Paul ever ALIVE "apart from the Law" at one time? (Romans 7:9)
Why did Jesus say the kingdom of heaven belongs to little children? (Matt 19:14)
If the concept of "original sin" is valid, then why wasn't it taught in Judaism before Christ? Why isn't it taught today? Why wasn't it taught before the Catholic Church?
If babies are born separated from God, and "in sin" then why does Isaiah 59:1-2 teach that it is "your iniquities" and "your sins" that separates one from God? Why doesn't it teach "
Adam's sin," or something resembling "original sin" separates one from God?