IF GRACE IS FOR SOME AND NOT ALL IT UPHOLDS THE SAME TYPE OF PREJUDICE AS MAN
The Civil Writer Magazine
The absence of anyone beyond children in heaven is a fitting retribution for one's actions great or small. Everyone has disturbed the fabric of righteousness in their own way. The twist of fate is the sins big or small shouldn't be rewarded by faith or grace to enter into heaven just because they believe. Otherwise there is a prejudice towards certain people who are not believers but altruistic.
A sin sick believer shouldn't get unmerited divine assistance for their regeneration or sanctification and not an unbeliever for showing altruism. Is unbelieving a greater sin than a believer's stealing, hating or race baiting. If I can believe in Jesus yet often forsaking all righteousness just to enter heaven and still carry the heavy burden of sins what purpose does heaven serves to excuse some sins and give them equal heavenly privilege as if they are children.
Babies and children have no faith or sins or a need for a subsidy call grace to enter into heaven. And if there is a grace to work for some putting them on par with children in heaven it should include all, otherwise grace itself upholds the same prejudice of man based on a negative attitude towards certain beliefs rather than sins.