Reviews - What do customers think about A Life with God Uncensored: One Woman's Lessons in Vulnerability?
New Age rationalism hidden behind Christianity Feb 28, 2008
The author uses many New Age and Contemplative Spiritualists such as Sue Monk Kidd, Wayne Dyer, and Michael Mirdad in an to attempt to justify her actions. Dyer and Mirdad both mix Eastern religions with Christianity to form their own blend of spirituality. The author refers to herself as a witch and a goddess, for which there is no Biblical justification. My estimation is that the author uses scripture and cleverly disguised New Age thinking to twist the Bible to rationalize her behavior and thought. Christian readers beware! If you buy this book, be sure you research the author's quoted and cited sources to ensure you know what you're really reading. Here are some of the sources...Sacred Sexuality: A Manual for Living BlissThe Seven Initiations of the Spiritual PathDr. Wayne Dyer: How To Get What You Really Really Really Really WantThe Dance of the Dissident Daughter: A Woman's Journey from Christian Tradition to the Sacred Feminine (Plus)
Buyer Beware Jan 9, 2008
While listed in the Christian Living and Inspirational categories, in my estimation this is not a Christian book. To touch on the surface, this book tries to expand the trinity to include Mother God and Goddess p. 137 and the author calls herself 'a witch, a goddess, a queen, Woman.' p. 135 In my research, the main resource that she cites has moved from Baptist to Mystic Contemplative. That makes sense. This books represents the feel good mentality (justify sin) and New Age Movement. It was a huge dissapointment and attempt to twist the gospel to fit personal circumstances.
Every HUMAN can relate! Dec 8, 2007
This is a very well written book. The author speaks from the heart about her life. I cannot imagine anyone not relating to her. I would highly recommend this = )