Conversations With God

Conversations With God

Book 2 An Uncommon Dialogue

eBook - 1997
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Books 2 and 3, both New York Times bestsellers, continue the dialogue begun in Conversations with God, addressing issues of a global and universal nature, respectively: from politics, population, and human sexuality to life, the universe, the mysteries of the soul, and our planet's future.
Publisher: Charlottesville, Va. : Hampton Roads Pub., 1997.
ISBN: 9780585362519
0585362513
Characteristics: 263 p. ; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: NetLibrary, Inc

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rswcove
Nov 06, 2015

I am unsure how to address the 'Conversations With God" books. I think the author is just as valid in belief and assertion that he as spoken with God as any other Prophet who ever wrote down a scripture. I don't say that as a compliment however. He does make an interesting point when he straight up asks 'God' how he can know whether he's really having the conversation or simply losing his mind. 'God' says that the question is irrelevant and impossible to answer, rather 'God' suggests that Walsh ask himself (and that by association the read should ask as well) whether what has been said was useful.

By that benchmark, I found that the first book bears up, just barely. Out of all the new age woo that I read as a young man; this is one of the very few that hasn't lost all value to me in the years that followed. The same cannot be said for the movie (although it's interesting) or the second and third books in the series. But hey, that's still better than a lot of other new age rubbish I read back in the day.

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rswcove
Nov 06, 2015

I am unsure how to address the 'Conversations With God" books. I think the author is just as valid in belief and assertion that he as spoken with God as any other Prophet who ever wrote down a scripture. I don't say that as a compliment however. He does make an interesting point when he straight up asks 'God' how he can know whether he's really having the conversation or simply losing his mind. 'God' says that the question is irrelevant and impossible to answer, rather 'God' suggests that Walsh ask himself (and that by association the read should ask as well) whether what has been said was useful.

By that benchmark, I found that the first book bears up, just barely. Out of all the new age woo that I read as a young man; this is one of the very few that hasn't lost all value to me in the years that followed. The same cannot be said for the movie (although it's interesting) or the second and third books in the series. But hey, that's still better than a lot of other new age rubbish I read back in the day.

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mmakarew
Jun 04, 2013

Very interesting if approached with an open mind.

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jenspruit
Oct 18, 2010

Absolutely amazing read! I couldn't put it down. And I think about half of the words in the book are highlighted.

Completely life changing! Helps understand that it is not complicated to pray and ask God for what you desire in life. Your prayers are always answered.

I have the next 2 books on my christmas list this year. I actually miss not reading this book right now.

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