I read ,on some one else's, Facebook page, that a person felt that babies were born with no knowledge of good or evil and can not believe in Christ.
Looking at this from a different scientific perspective I believe this is an erroneous belief.
You see there was a child born c-section, but the doctor decided to use forceps also. This caused damage to the newborn's skull and spine. But as most know newborns are fairly malleable. The baby was failing to thrive. It was in so much pain and could not suckle it was dying.
This baby was taken to a doctor who performed a special type of physical therapy. (It sounded like crainual therapy)The doctor first just held the infant and told her that he understood she was in a lot of pain but he wanted to help her heal. This went on for a while with him quietly communicating with the 2 week old little girl. Finally she calmed down and he softly massaged her broken areas and realigned her body. He heard
nothing from the family for six years.
Then one day a woman comes into his office with a six year old girl. The girl smiled and said to him"I remember you. You are the one who helped my neck. She climbed up on the table, took off her shoes and laid down in the exact position for the treatment she had received at 2 weeks of age.
Infants know more than we give them credit.
There is also data where a child grows up and talks about things that happened before it was born.
When it comes to spiritual there is too much conflicting data and theories and opinions to really state that a child is born with no knowledge of the spirit world. Science can not agree on if there is a spirit world or not, let alone what it really is and when we become aware of it.
There for based on this and other facts not stated here, we must believe what is true in our hearts and not rely on science to dictate our lives.