I don’t normally re-blog things, but I really liked Kellyn’s post and I wanted to share it with you guys. -Rebekah
Some people believe in the ‘age of accountability.’ Essentially, this means that, until a certain age (most say twelve or thirteen), children are not accountable for their actions as they are not old enough to choose Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
This way, infants – especially those who died before birth due to miscarriage or abortion – would be able to get to heaven despite the fact that they never became Christians in the traditional sense of believing in Jesus, etc.
However, this idea doesn’t really make sense to me. I want it to be true … but
children choose to be the little brats they are (’cause I know I did! Do, actually … I’m not past being a little brat … only now I’m a big brat … and pretty soon I’ll be adult brat … it’s really not cool!) it’s not mentioned in the Bible. It says in…
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Hi, thanks for the reblog! I really appreciate it. 🙂
You are welcome!
I believe that kids do have an age of accountability, but I think it’s younger than 12 or 13. Children younger than that can get saved. 🙂
I feel similarly, I wasn’t sure how to describe that in the reblog 🙂