MK10:15: Truly I tell you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a little child will never enter it." Calvinists need to ask themselves this question: What was it about a child that Jesus wanted us to become like? Is there something good about this child? What is better about this child than the average man? If a child is born "Totally depraved" what "good" is there in him that makes him MORE fit for heaven? Calvinists are always insisting that Arminians are the ones who try to take the credit for our salvation by claiming that there is something better about us if we believe. Well, apparently Christ saw something better in children. If God has selected some children for salvation and has passed by others, why would he point out children in general as an example of what we must become like in order to enter heaven? Afterall, aren't all of them totally and completely depraved without any good or pleasing thing in them? Please explain.