Age of accountability

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The age of accountability, according to many Christians, is an age below which children are not accountable for their own sins or old enough to make a faith decision and are therefore automatically saved if they die before that age. The concept is not directly supported in the Bible, and some Christians deny that it even exists.[1]


  1. Is the Age of Accountability a Biblical Doctrine?