Conversations With God : An Uncommon Dialogue (Book 2) by Neale Donald Walsch

Conversations With God : An Uncommon Dialogue (Book 2) by Neale Donald Walsch
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Conversations With God : An Uncommon Dialogue (Book 2)

by Neale Donald Walsch

Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing (May 1, 1997)


In Conversations with God: Book II, Neale Walsch and God resume their discussion and move on to larger topics than the personal issues addressed in their previous dialogue in Volume 1. For an "unedited transcript" of a conversation, Book II is remarkably well organized and articulate, as if Walsch anticipatd our "but what about" questions before we asked them. The peculiar pair discuss time, space, politics, and even kinky sex, but Conversations with God: Book II isn't here for just shock value. It is an honest look at some of the broad issues important to all of us on the planet, and a suggestion of how things might go if we are all willing to open our minds and have our own conversations with divinity. --Brian Patterson


I read this and it completely turned everything I believe about religion on its head. If you are at all religious, you should read this book.' -- Francis Rossi of Status Quo, Metro

From Library Journal

Walsch is at a low point in his life when he pours out his heart to GodAa God who has no genderAso well-known performers Ed Asner and Ellen Burstyn fill the void. The theology is New Age, with this particular part of the dialog touching on, among other things, the origin of everything, highly evolved beings, and extraterrestrial civilizations. Walsch asks, argues, and ruminates as Asner and Burstyn answer and explain. Not to sound trite, but in places this was rather entertaining. This particular recording had a very low volume level, and compensation had to be made when listening. Those libraries that have a demand for New Age works should have this recording as well as Books 1 and 2 of the series.AMichael T. Fein, Catawba Valley Community Coll. Hickory, NC