Chapter 1: Unfallen ManEven though God's creation, including man, was sinless, beautiful, orderly and perfect, it was not absolutely perfect. Creation had the potential to become better or worse. It was not absolutely perfect like God, for God is absolutely perfect and unchanging. He cannot get better, nor can He become imperfect or less than what He is, for He is the Lord and does not change (Mal. 3:6).Chapter 2: The Fall of Man (Part One)If the tree of knowledge of good and evil was good, and there was nothing sinful or evil about it, why did God call it the tree of the knowledge of good and evil? Why didn't He call it the tree of the knowledge of good?Chapter 3: What About Babies?What happens to babies when they die? Almost all-if not all-Christians have asked about the destiny of babies. I know that I certainly have. Maybe you have, too. Unfortunately, the Scripture does not have much to say on the subject. Yet there is one classic passage in the Old Testament that does hint at the answer.Alex Altidor was born in St. Lucia a Caribbean island. Thirteen years ago, he was saved-at the age of 20. In 2004, he joined Sherlon, a Vincentian, in holy matrimony.Presently he is engaged in full time gospel work-the preaching and teaching of God's word, and Gospel radio programs-mainly in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.A few years ago, he felt mightily compelled to give back to the Lord his "five loaves and two fish of truths," that the Lord had entrusted him with, hoping that the Lord would accept, bless, and use it to feed a multitude, edify the church, and further His kingdom.