Nine Year-Old Recaps The Entire Bible

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  • 2013-08-15T22:25:57

The boy is remarkable, but is truly wisdom to produce the absolute concept of the parents religion in the child? That technique is known as coercive persuasion and it isolates the child's ability to chose and react with ration and logic. How can anyone consider alternative choices when they have been mentally directed (parentally abused) as children? Most Christians and Catholics suffer this as did I when I was young. It worked as the church wished, and we know that all churches do this and most do it for the profit it brings. So which is the correct religion? You were forced into Christianity as a geographical imperative of your place of birth. Not to knock any religion as I grew up a Catholic and attended a Catholic University for my doctorate, but should we not all truly be open to consider alternatives? All religions feel as strongly about their God(s) as Christians and each considers their religion the only true path, so how can one be so above others based only on their faith or an ancient book? A choice should be allowed. That young boy, like so many had religion forced on him by parental demand, not by open choice. The thought placed in a growing and developing brain remain as fears that cloud rational judgment. It happened to me and I was fortunate through becoming a scientist to shed some of the irrational fears to consider other truths. Every proponent of a religion attempts to make his religion prosper through methods designed to convert others. OK, as long as it is a rational, clear thinking adult we are converting, but a child? That should be criminal. We Christians believe we should love and fear our God and Jesus but can you comprehend the damage it does to a child to instill horrid, long lasting fears of burning alive? That is one of the worst fears people have--burning alive forever! Wow, just imagine that. It's an adult concept but in children its a dreaded fear and not an inducement to be good. Forcing any single religion on a young child will remove his or her ability to consider all the relevant facts that allow choice by the installation of defined fears--heaven for being good, hell and the eternal burning fires that provide an eternity of pain and misery for not being good. What more punishment could one give a child than the absolute of social (religious) fears? I would like to stand up as an intelligent person and a religious person; a former Christian and now a Western Jain, in support of children by being totally against the undermining of children's mental ability by demanding or training in *ANY* enforced religion. If you can think, you know that loving your children does not deny God, and it preserves an open mind needed for rational and selective choice. There are many religions and each has extreme value according to the follower. I followed Christianity for many years before I began to look and open my frightened eyes. Than I freely chose Jainism, which is not based in fears, but personal accomplishment. If your Christianity is so great, and your God so loving, why is it you feel the need to force it on children who lack the ability to yet think clearly? Nearly all of the current 5,000 religions attempt the same thing even though they worship in other ways. To them Christians are as ridiculous is you think their religions are. Please give all children the freedom to make a choice. Decidedly warping their minds is criminal.

  • 2013-01-16T02:00:58

Out of the mouths of babes!!

  • 2013-01-15T03:06:55

I watch this twice already. This was great.\

  • 2013-01-15T03:05:41

I was really touch and proud of this young man. He reminds me so much of my nephew Darshawn. May God continue to use you to tell the story of the entire book. Amen.

  • 2012-12-13T20:29:16

A little child shall lead them

  • 2012-12-13T20:26:01

i sure can't

  • 2012-12-13T20:25:00

Robert Martinez I could not have said it better

  • 2012-11-05T00:01:26

Son, you are a gifted child. Your wisdom is delightful in the knowledge of the Lord.

  • 2012-11-02T14:34:59

This young man, shared so eloquently, yet by accident stated Tree of Life for Tree of Knowledge of good & evil. I would definitely be proud of him as my son, for sure!(Only wanted to clarify, WILL eat of Tree of Life! Rev 2:7)

  • 2012-11-02T03:50:04

Very encouraging! Thank you!

  • 2012-11-01T14:51:47

MAY GOD'S CONTINUED BLESSING BE UPON YOU THAT YOU MIGHT CONTINUE TO BE A BLESSING TO OTHERS WITH WHAT GOD HAS GIVEN YOU.

  • 2012-10-21T02:07:34

well done, young man. you should come to my church and share salvation history to the faithful and older church-goers ( 40 +)

  • 2012-07-19T04:31:13

I'm astounded at the work of God through people. Seeing this video opened my eyes to how much I undervalued reading the bible - Lord, I'm sorry. Please help me be better, thank you for this reminder and please continue to bless this child as he walks with you. In Jesus' mighty and precious name, Amen <3.

  • 2012-06-20T09:59:36

Amazing!

  • 2012-06-05T00:25:48

Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings thou hast perfected praise!

  • 2012-05-19T02:14:22

Someone needs to help the kid. He made a gross mistake right from the git go. He says Adam and Eve ate of the tree of life. It was the tree of the knowledge of good and evil--big difference. It is a shame someone did not straighten this out rather than making a major mistake in the beginning. Obviously, the young man has done a lot of work.

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