There are no texts concerning "original sin" as it is unbiblical. My argument is based on the fact that it wasnt some sort of internal flaw Adam passed down to all mankind that brought death upon everyone. The bible says that eating of the tree of life is what caused Adam to live forever, and his knowledge of good and evil bringing about the separation and banishment from the garden. A perishable body will perish, we didnt inherit that from Adam due to sin, man is created perishable by God and made good (gen 1:31).
Why are they permitted entry? Does the bible answer that question?
There is zero mention of any "inherent fallen nature" concerning the children allowed to enter the promised land. If there is I would like to see it.
18 Therefore as by the offence of one judgment came upon all men to condemnation; even so by the righteousness of one the free gift came upon all men unto justification of life.
19 For as by one man's disobedience many were made sinners, so by the obedience of one shall many be made righteous.
Yes, Paul does say thru Adam ALL are under condemnation. No, Paul does not say thru Adam ALL are sinners. He said MANY are made sinners by Adam. Thats kind of what I was getting at in my earlier post, and everything about those 19 and under not being atoned for. You can condemnation for ALL due to Adams sin because he is the reason man lost access to eternal life, the tree of life. You can at the same time have MANY made sinners because of Adam because at an appointed time by God, all will fall like Adam did. Before children fall like Adam, they are as he was in the garden (deut 1:39). God didnt require atonement for them until He said so, and He said age 20.
You should say this in a mirror.