Item description for What God Wants: A Compelling Answer to Humanity's Biggest Question by Neale Donald Walsch...
Overview The author of Conversations with God addresses common questions about how to understand and recognize God's intentions while earning a place in heaven, discussing the often disparate beliefs of numerous religions while suggesting universal truths. Reprint. 60,000 first printing.
Publishers Description The biggest danger in the world today is not the asking of questions, but the assumption that we have all the answers. WHAT GOD WANTS This book, from the author of the phenomenal "New York Times" bestseller "Conversations with God, " is dangerous. Why? Because it explores with startling freshness "the most important question you could ever ask" -- and offers with breathtaking courage the most extraordinary answer you could ever imagine. That answer is so "theologically revolutionary" and "spiritually empowering" that it could change the course of human history. If embraced, it most certainly will "change your life." There are people and institutions in the world, long in place and long in power, that want neither of these outcomes to occur. They would rather that you put this book down right now. When was the last time you read a dangerous book?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.96" Width: 5.44" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.37 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2006
Publisher Simon & Schuster
ISBN 0743267141 ISBN13 9780743267144
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More About Neale Donald Walsch
Neale Donald Walsch is the author of the Conversations with God series of books, seven of which have made the New York Times bestseller lists. He has created a number of global projects revolving around the Core Messages found here, including an education program for children and a collaboration with people across the planet to invite serious and ongoing discussion of these ideas everywhere. Neale lives in southern Oregon with his wife, the American poet Em Claire. The two travel and work together extensively, sharing with people around the world information they hope may help others in finding a deeper connection with themselves, their soul, and God.
Neale Donald Walsch currently resides in Ashland, in the state of Oregon.
Neale Donald Walsch has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about What God Wants: A Compelling Answer to Humanity's Biggest Question?
ABSOLUTELY STUNNING!!! Mar 23, 2007
Mr. Walsch...excellent work, again! we have most of the books written by this author and love it. this book is far the most amazing book I've read this year (and we read a lot!) The content makes you think and if every one on the planet has read it, I trully believe the world would be a better place...a different world! PLEASE READ!
Telling it Like It is! Mar 15, 2007
The author lays it on the line regarding how our false beliefs about God result in inappropriate responses to many situations. Although the concepts outlined are familiar to those in the "New Thought" religions (Religious Science, Unity, Divine Science), they are likely to make those raised in the more "orthodox" regions somewhat uncomfortable. Hopefully it will make the reader reconsider their beliefs about God.
This book will change how you live your life and see all people Feb 18, 2007
The greatest question of all mankind is answered in this book but not by Neal, by the real author....
CWG Feb 13, 2007
If you like any of Neale's other books then this is a must read. Don't start the series with this volume or you may become confused and not read others in the CWG linage. It is well worth your time.
Hmmmm - a good question, huh? Jan 9, 2007
Here, Walsch tackles the age-old conundrum. It really made me think about how I see God...the Big Judge in the Sky or an inseparable part of each of us? The latter concept is vast, all encompassingly complex and must include asking what each of us wants for ourselves and our world.
If you enjoy books that push your envelope, this one will do it for you, I promise!