I know this is a taboo subject, but have you ever applied your mind properly to it? This is happening quite a lot today. Christian parents want to spare their baby a likely eternity in hell so they kill them early to guarantee them a spot in heaven at the risk of losing their spot for murder. Sounds noble and self-sacrificing. So how do you talk someone out of it? We need a simple answer for the world and Christians thinking about this. Do babies go to heaven? Yes! God is not dumb. A baby is incapable of rejecting God. We may be born into an evil world but nobody is created evil. Are babies guaranteed an eternity in heaven? No. God is impartial. If Adam and Eve had the devil to tempt them, all mankind have to endure that. Unless babies remain babies for eternity there is a risk to God that even in heaven as they grow up, that they, just like the devil and the fallen angels may decide to rebel. We become children of God by accepting the blood of Jesus (from true free will). It is the blood of Jesus that makes us adopted sons of God. God will not over-ride babies gift of free will. If He did then He would be partial. All in hell would have a valid gripe. God would be guilty of contravening all the scripture stating that He is impartial. When we put all this together with the understanding in Rev 20:3 of how the devil will be released to tempt mankind for the last time at the end of the millennium. I gather that babies will get their time too. It makes practical sense for it to be the millennium. I don't want to debate that though. But we must come into agreement on the fact that if God says He is impartial on all mankind, that that include babies too.