Conversations With God : An Uncommon Dialogue (Book 2) Hardcover – 1997
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The second book of the series Conversation with God.
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The title should be
CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD: An Uncommon Dialog BOOK TWO
This is a nuts and bolts guidebook to changing ones life, understanding what we are here for and showing us how to live our lives fully. This text facilitates simple integration of often misunderstood concepts. Topics ranging from "time" to manifestation of physical reality, understanding how individuals create wealth (or poverty) and the tools to alter that paradigm. What "unconditional love" really means and how each of us chooses bliss or misery; plus how to consciencely manifest that choice.
You cannot say that the 'god' in this book is wrong and that your 'god' is right, simply because you have no real proof.And if you try to prove so logically, then his God would if fact be more reasonable.
You cannot say that something is right simply because it is written in the bible, because there is no real proof that the bible is god's word, other than other people telling you that it is. You don't even have proof that Jesus himself was not really the devil, other than him saying so.
Any loving God that exists cannot and will not punish, judge, or condemn us for believing in one faith over another, simply because we CANNOT be sure if what we believe is right or not. We cannot be totally sure, so no loving God would send us to hell for choosing 'wrong'.
A judgmental and jealous and wrathful God would additionally be a 'sinful God, since these attributes are sinful, and therefore cannot be also 'without sin', as Christians claim he is.
Christianity is faulty, and i dare any Christian to argue otherwise. I have in fact written similiar books ; 'The Truth: Will Shad's Conversations With God' , and 'The Whole Truth: Will Shad's Continuing Conversations With God', and I do not agree with Neale on all points, but he is definitely on the right track....
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I remember the first time I read this years ago. What made Neale Donald Walsch so special that God wanted to talk to him. But I was curious. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sandra St. Albert
A great continuation from the first Conversations with God. Very profound and thought-provoking statements and questions are raised, shaking some religious and personal beliefs... Read morePublished on April 1 2007 by Aaron Donnelly
This book is GREAT. In fact, the entire collection of CWG books are among the BEST ever written. The deep wisdom shared in these books coincide completely with the unspoken truth... Read morePublished on March 23 2003
I couldn't relate to this book. If God were talking & wanted the 'world' to read his book ..he'd have given examples that touched a chord with all humans. Read morePublished on April 6 2002
That's all there is to it! Experience it for yourself and only then will you know the Truth.Published on Feb. 18 2002 by Marzette Henderson
Although I am not someone who would normally write a book review on Amazon (indeed, this is my first), after reading this humdinger, I felt truly compelled to give the five-star... Read morePublished on Jan. 6 2002
Naysayers of the series of three books was predicted by Walsch. These books are written in a format that you must read, pause, reflect and re-read. Read morePublished on Dec 24 2001 by Thomas O. Carney