"Adolescence" and the "youth group"
(please read the issues, Fathers, Adolescence, and Understanding our Father to better understand the importance of this issue)
Adolescence is an artificially created time in a persons life, created by social-engineers to 'redeem' the young adult from the Father's authority, 'reconciling' him (or her) to the world. The "old school" system, where children of all ages were present in the same room of education, each being taught according to their ability to understand (and memorize), was changed into the "new school" system, into an "age appropriate" environment, where each age was separated from the other for the 'purpose' of 'change.'
What "seemed to be 'good'" on the surface was evil in 'purpose.' In the "old school" the younger children would tell on the older children (and visa versa) if they misbehaved, i.e. it got home to the parents, thereby retaining parental authority in the home, with the Father in authority. In the "new school," children of the same age (and of the same dissatisfactions regarding parental authority) were able to communicate in areas (on issues) of life that their parent's would not approve of, being able to do so without it getting home to their parents.
In the "old school" the children were finished with their basics by the 8th grade, i.e. by the time of puberty, when the parents, the mother the daughters, and the father the sons, would continue to train their children according to their values and beliefs. This prevented social (socialist) 'change.' It was therefore imperative for social-engineers to create the "new school," i.e. 'create' the Adolescent society, if they were to 'change' the world.
By allowing both boys and girls an extended environment (during the years of puberty) where they could share their "youthful" feelings and thoughts (their opinions) about life, i.e. freed from parental restraint (their beliefs and values), they were able to both 'liberate' themselves from their parents "top-down" (the "old school") way of thinking and acting and find "equality" in the feelings and thoughts (the "new school") with others of their own age, i.e. building unity with those of the same feelings and thoughts regarding their carnal desires as they 'justified' their resentment toward the restraints of their parents authority (their Father's values and beliefs inhibiting them from experiencing life), making 'change' ('change' from the Father's authority) easier to be apprehend.
Beginning in the late 50's, the "church" embraced this same system, 'liberating' the children (and the young adults from parental authority), for the 'purpose' of 'change,' i.e. the "church" from then on 'driven' by the thoughts and the actions (the "feelings" and "thoughts," i.e. the opinions) of "the youth." The "youth group" is the heart of the "church" today, 'liberating' the children from the Father's authority, thereby negating the Father's authority in the children, making the "church," as the world, "tolerant of ambiguity" ("tolerant of immorality"), i.e. adaptable to 'change.' Some ministers, while preaching a traditional sermon on Sunday morning, allow or use the 'change' process in other "church" activities and functions, either "converting" their members to the "new" way of thinking and acting (the 'change' process) or neutralizing, marginalizing and either removing them (excommunicating them with or without writ) or chasing them out ("blessed subtraction), i.e. those who refuse to participate in the dialectic process of 'change,' i.e. who refuse to become "humanized."
© Institution for Authority Research, Dean Gotcher 2013-2015