With all this talk of the end coming soon, it got me thinking. Many believe that Jesus will come back to Earth, take all the believers back to heaven with him, and the rest will stay on earth and go through "torment" before the end of time as we know it. My question is, what happens to the little children and babies who are too young to even know or understand anything about Jesus and the Christian belief? Or those who are mentally ill and don't have the capacity to say what they think or believe? My son is 17 months old and we were waiting to baptize him until he was old enough to understand what it meant. If you aren't baptized does that have anything to do with it? I'm not saying I believe all the end of the world stuff, but maybe it wouldn't hurt to baptize my son just in case? What do you think?
Asked by Anonymous at 3:02 PM on Jan. 4, 2011 in Religion & Beliefs
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The children will go with him who are not aware . God doesn't hold you responsible of what you don't know or have never heard. It would just be best to baptize him
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