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Tomorrow's God: Our Greatest Spiritual Challenge

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A major addition to the best-selling CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD series, which has sold over 750,000 copies in the UK alone.
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Published March 1st 2004 by Hodder & Stoughton
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Ryan
I really enjoyed this re-visioning of God. Told in a dialogue format with Walsch & God communicating back and forth (the standard format for all these books), it really makes strong points for the need to let God be bigger than humanity has allowed God to be. We have changed, times have changed, and "Tomorrow's God" suggests a new "version" of God that can really speak to today's issues.
Jimmy
Contained a lot of what had already been written in previous CwG books, but a decent read nonetheless.
Lee Harmon
Not my favorite from Walsch. Walsch is the author of the Conversations With God series, and this book reads similarly.

We need a new God.
I know
No. I'm serious. We need a new God. The old God isn't working anymore.
The old one never worked.
Some people think it did.
They were not looking at the world around them.

...and so it begins, as God talks his way through our misconceptions about him in part one, and how a new vision of God will help us create a newer, better world in part two. A world where
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John
pg 254
"Humanity's struggle is not a military struggle, it is a struggle for the mind. If it were merely a military struggle, then the struggle would be over, because the mightiest military would easily win. Yet your histories, and world events to this very day, prove that the mightiest military cannot win anything. It can subdue, but it cannot be victorious. Subjugation and victory are not the same thing. Only when you change people's minds can you claim victory in the struggle to bring peace an
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Jackied Delgado
Book discusses what God is and what the human understanding of God is, in regards to life's choices and behavior. Why we believe the way we do and is it truly God's way or religion's way.

Less organized religion and more spirituality... Suggests a shift in humanities consciousness/awareness to oneness with one another globally. Through an understanding of mankinds direct connection to God, can the new spirituality flourish.

Just some thoughts...

Staraf1
This book is everything I thought about God articulated and written down. It talks about how humanity's view of God needs to evolve and change for the coming future... basically before we ruin the earth and kill off our own species. It sounds intense (it is), but the read is actually easy. It is set-up in a conversational format.
Nancy Baack
An amazing book if you are looking for a larger definition of God than you find in your organized religion! I highlighted and bookmarked many, many pages. I've read some of the Conversations with God books by the same author and all are eye-opening.
Joella
this book hit the problems this world is facing on the head. I believe that if this message gets passed on, we'll be able to see tomorrow's god in our generation. Neale Donald Walsh really is a visionary that I admire. Thank you for these books!
Kim
actually, listened to this as an audiobook -- which I think was a really good format for this work. Enjoyed it very much... kept wishing I had the actual book book to refer back to.
Nina
until the last hundred pages I really liked it, but then it started to feel like a brainwash ...
Susan
This is inspirational. He has a lot of ideas and a lot of things to think about. Very Hopefilled.
The1likenevl
An interesting read in parts. Enjoyable & questionable loved it.
Aaron
A truely new look at God.
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Neale Donald Walsch is a modern day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. With an early interest in religion and a deeply felt connection to spirituality, Neale spent the majority of his life thriving professionally, yet searching for spiritual meaning before beginning his now famous conversation with God. His With God series of books has been translated int ...more
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