see Al Mohler's position on infants dying in infancy: WHY WE BELIEVE CHILDREN WHO DIE GO TO HEAVEN So, in agreement with this position: I contend that Christ's substitutionary death covers the debt of original sin for the elect. I contend that Christ's actions/statements in Matthew 19:13-15, Mark 10:13-16, Luke 18:15-17 reveals His disposition toward infants/little children. I contend that infants/little children, dying in infancy, are incapable of fully participating in the ordo salutis. I contend that God is just and bases His judgment of Man on both the original sin of Adam and the willful sin of the individual - that is - Man is doubly condemned. (Deuteronomy 24:16,2 Kings 14:6, 2 Chronicles 25:4) So, I contend that since infants/little children, dying in infancy, cannot be doubly condemned, and that Christ revealed God's character on His disposition toward infants/little children ("for of such is the kingdom of heaven"), that all infants/little children, predestined to die in infancy, are therefore elect and predestined for glory, being covered under Christ's substitutionary death for their innate corruption and free of any willful sin-debt.