God , on Mt. Sinai , to Moses:<quoted text>
In Rabbinical Judaism it is said that "he God of Moses is NOT the God of Abraham NOR the God of Jacob."
That is to say that each generation has a different understanding of God while God remains unchanged.
Thus, from my POV, "the Jesus" of the disciples is not "the Jesus" of Paul and IMHO far from "the Christ(s)" of Modern Christianity.
To clarify; although the same man,'the father' of my childhood isn't 'the father' of my teens and a far cry from 'the father' of my later years. My father didn't change at all. My perceptions of him did.
"And he said,I am the God of your father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob."(Exodus 3:6)
But I understand the thrust of ones "view" being a matter of perception. Often it is not seeing the forest for the trees. For a Christian the Bible is an "aerial view" of God's plan for man. And as with Jesus even some groups of believers accentuate certain parts of it over others. Also thrown in the mix, and I think you can appreciate this, is the "Westernisation" of scripture - not reading it with audience relevance in mind , but trying to "shoehorn" our 'modern era' into it -particularly when it comes to eschatology. A bone of contention I have.
But in summation, "For I the Lord do not change; therefore you, O children of Jacob, are not consumed."(Malachi 3:6)
Mans musings are the variable ;)