5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
BISAC: Religion / Biblical Studies / New Testament
Since the beginning of creation, a war has been conducting that would inevitably determine the fate of all humankind, but this enduring encounter for advantage is not regarding Satan’s defiance, or the battle between the Angels and their fallen bretheren, nor is it even the fallen Angels’ mentality and destructive behavior toward man even though all currently exist. The confrontational circumstance that embraces such profound influence on the outcome of our survival is that of darkness and light: the deep and infectious struggles of our inherited knowledge of good and evil, and the deriving wisdom of God’s word and Spirit altering our perception to a more accurate evaluation of right and wrong. The light is the Father’s glorious essence, focused and guided through the holy and honorable assemblage of the Son, straight into an accepting heart; but darkness also resides within us, revealing a conflicting adversary, commencing a war that will consequentially conclude with only one victor, eradicating the other from existence; but which opponent we decide to represent, has been, and will forever will be, our individual choice.
‘Another Point Of View’ is a bible inspired book that presents a comparative analysis between the two multidimensional mentalities that mankind possesses and the manifested points of view that characteristically result. These writings attempt to examine and deconstruct these two temperaments by reviewing biblical history, scientific theories, psychological examinations and many diverse philosophies, which are all relevant implements to expose the motives for our current behavior as a collective group, readily dismissing the responsibilities we need to once again recognize as an individual servant of the Lord. We must all reflect on our personal actions and give ourselves a detailed evaluation, resurrecting the Spirit of Christ that has laid dormant for so long in the self-gratifications of our routinely mundane compromise; we mustn’t lose heart or hope, but remain motivated and inspired, ascending above the miniscule expectancy of our insecurities and defeatist attitudes, and proclaim and prove beyond the shadow of a doubt through overwhelming faith and action that, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”