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What the community says about Conversations with God
- "The author writes about a "conversation" he had with God at the lowest point in his life. To most Christians, this book will be a faith reaffirming and thought provoking work; but whether the words came from God or from Walsch's own mind remains to be seen."
- "Not sure if I agree with the sort of New Age spirituality espoused by the author. I find it to be a bit too permissive and too far removed from its Christian origins. This might be worth a read if you are totally secular and need some place to at least start in terms of beginning a spiritual journey, but a conservative Christian might find it bordering on sacrilegious at times."
- "The author says that when he was at a low point, he spoke to God, and God answered, The God of this book is not the conventional God of traditional Christianity, and people who are coming from that mindset probably won't care for this cook. However, for the spiritual seeker, perhaps with a New Age perspective, this book will be thought-provoking. These conversations are about the big questions that concern us all.""For those who believe in God or those looking for a God to believe in, the book "Conversations with God" by Neale Donald Walsch is the best book about God and the Holy Spirit you will find. The author depicts his own conversations with God when he was at the lowest point in his life. The story will keep you captivated and help you develop a greater understanding and connection with God himself."
- ""Conversations with God" mixes Christian and more New-Age themes - it seems like it could be of value even for someone who is not religious such as myself. It might be a good read for those who are disillusioned with certain aspects of the modern church. I'd recommend it for those interested in spirituality but not necessarily religion itself."