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Re: Why not save all? 1 year, 9 months ago #4124

  • Singalphile
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noctuary wrote:
But if babies and young children are all saved, then where is the "choice"? What are the odds that all babies and young children would choose for God?

RussianBlueMommy wrote:
In risk of a lynching, I don't know that they are. . I see no evidence in scripture for such...

I'm with you there, although I think there's some evidence that they are. Will there really be millions upon millions of fetuses and infants resurrected? I don't know. Maybe, but I really couldn't say for sure. That seems to be an area that we're not told about, and that's probably for the best! Gotta trust God on that one.
"Singalphile" - Name chosen (hastily) to indicate being on a narrow path, pursuing the love of God. Male, upper-30's, USA.
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Re: Why not save all? 1 year, 9 months ago #4125

  • trident343
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As a paedobaptist, I'd say the unbaptized infants have no (explicit) promise of eternal life. God could save them, and might possibly, but promises of Grace are for believers.

Re: Why not save all? 1 year, 9 months ago #4132

  • Sherman
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I think grace is for all, not just those who now believe. And I trust that one day everyone will believe, that every knee shall bow in worship and every tongue shall confess that Jesus is Lord, to the glory of God. And I believe that God actually consigned all over to disobedience so that He could have mercy on all.
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