In the thread started by KoreaHog, I have returned, the belief that at some point all people come to a neutral position during their life was put forth. A moral equipoise, granted by God, where they choose from a clean slate. In this thread I would like to see the scriptures that uphold this.

The reformed view is against this assertion....

Total Depravity
The effect of the fall upon man is that sin has extended to every part of his personality -- his thinking, his emotions, and his will. The unregenerate (unsaved) man is dead in his sins (Romans 5:12). Without the power of the Holy Spirit, the natural man is blind and deaf to the message of the gospel (Mark 4:1). This is why Total Depravity has also been called "Total Inability." The man without a knowledge of God will never come to this knowledge without God's making him alive through Christ. (Ephesians 2:1-5). We believe that all are sinners (Romans 3:23) and unable by human performance to earn, deserve, or merit salvation (Romans 9:16). We believe that the wages of sin is death (Romans 6:23), and that apart from God's grace, no one can be saved (Ephesians 2:8-9). We believe that none are righteous, or capable of doing good (Romans 3:10-12), and that apart from the conviction and regeneration of the Holy Spirit, none can be saved (John 1:12-13; 16:8-11; I Peter 1:23-25). Mankind is clearly fallen and lost in sin. (John 6:44)

Any passages that teach a neutrality?

God bless,