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Sola scriptura as everything to do with it. It's your doctrine, you either abide by it or you don't.
The fact is Jesus gave us the command to baptize. You guys reject the efficacy of baptism, refuse to believe in the savific nature of baptism, ignore the overwhelming evidence of Christian teaching on baptism, and then, even though you're forced to admit your doctrine of sola scriptura doesn't support your contention that unbaptized babies will go to heaven, you insist it doesn't matter because God wouldn't dare make you responsible for ignoring Christ's clear command.
Baptism is the holy ordinance by which persons are admitted as members of the Christian community. It is administered in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost; and is a visible and public profession of faith in Christ and his salvation, of vital union with him, of the obligation to live a new life according to his precepts and in his service, and of the expectation of sharing in his glorious and heavenly immortality.
It is not by any means to be regarded as a regenerating ordinance, though significant of regeneration. It was established in the Christian church by Christ and his apostles, and is binding on his followers to the end of time. The use of water in this ordinance is grounded in part on its qualities as the great element of purification, and on the rites of the ancient dispensation, in which "water and blood: were the divinely appointed symbols of moral renovation and atonement.