process or having been born.
Now, regarding those who die without sins, you imply that I am referring to children and you are right because I am but you aren't. You refer also to the adult man called Jesus unaware that he also committed sins. Have you ever heard about the Golden Rule? That's the commandment one breaks when he does unto others
what he would not like they did unto himself. To remove the money changers from the front area of the Temple Jesus armed himself with a whip of cords and caused physical and financial damages to their business. (John 2:15) I wonder if he was reminded of this incident when the Romans were scourging him. Then for several times he would address the Jewish authorities as hypocrites and brood of vipers. (Mat.23:13-33) I am sure he would not have liked to be treated that way, don't you think so?
As to the second part, Jesus was sinless, the only adult who ever was sinless. He was a special case because he was God in the flesh. That is why his death was meaningful. If he had sinned then his death could only pay for his own sin. The money changers was an act of righteous anger, therefore not sin. They were defiling what should have been God's house.