Augustine, hailing form his heathen roots, clearly implied that sin lied in the constitution of the flesh and not in the will, hence he is known as the father of the doctrine of original sin. Due to this inherited depravity, termed by Augustine as original sin, he saw all infants as doomed to hell as sinners. This doctrine precipitated the mandate to baptize their infants, evidently to free them from this curse and to insure that if they died they would be found in heaven. What is the church doing today to insure that any infant that dies with this contagion of sin does in fact inherit eternal life? What is the fate today of an unbaptised infant? What does the church today base their beliefs and practice upon, whether or not to baptize infants or not? Does hell have a nursery?