"Adults tend to treat children the way they do because of who they think the children are.

But, children tend to be the way they are because of how adults treat them."

Changing Perspectives:
Morals, Mitzvah, and Faith

Through the eye-witness accounts of Jesus's life and message we can see ourselves in the responses of those whom Jesus taught and with whom He walked and ate. Like many of them, we want to meet Him and accompany Him from time to time, but we choose to keep a safe distance away and our options open.

If God wants us to keep the perspectives we developed when were children when we become adults, why did He send His Son, Jesus to earth as a baby, to grow up to shine His light among the entire spectrum of people, and then suffer and die between heaven and earth on a cross? Most importantly, why did God raise Jesus from the dead and restore Him as The Christ to Heaven? If He wanted us to love Him, could he not have just changed our perspectives for us? 

Selected extracts from "Changing Perspectives from Morality to Faith"

Book Cover for Changing Perspectives Volume 1
Morality vs Faith

I analyze what I think is at the root of our (and our children's) lack of faith in the first book of the "Changing Perspectives" series. In it, I propose that many of us cannot know how to fulfill God's commandments without changing our perspectives of their purpose and function. (Romans 12:1-2)

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