Here is proof positive he’s a full-blown Pelagianist and would make Pelagius proud…The above is your response to @SovereignGrace stated: "His guilt was imputed to all his posterity, and all of us are conceived in this already condemned state, being in Adam."
Your argument is based around knowledge of good and evil, and a conflation of Adams experience and those children mentioned in Deuteronomy.
First, the aforementioned text is not a proof text against nor is it concerning original sin. The context is specifically about those who had sinned in the wilderness and that they will not enter the promised land. The children are among those people and are permitted entry from God. It does not deny the fact of their inherent fallen nature before God which is the doctrinal truth of fallen man presented throughout Scripture.
Secondly Romans 5:12-21 proves all in Adam are sinful and thereby under condemnation, and this includes all of mankind. This is just as true as the fact all in Christ are no longer under said condemnation.
Lastly, learn context, accept correction, and come to a place after this where you can unashamedly implement 2 Timothy 2:15 accurately. As for now you're merely taking verses out of context to support your position.
”This is not what the bible says. We start off with no knowledge of good and evil (deut 1:39) as he did, and then fall as he did (gen 3:22-24).“
“We are not conceived as sinners destined to die because of Adams sin.”