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God: An Honest Conversation for the Undecided

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Why do so many of God’s followers seem to prefer their boxed-in religion over God? Listen to their rhetoric and you might wonder how a Supreme Being could be so narrow and small, so angry and unattractive.

It’s time to start over with an honest conversation instead of a box. If God does exist, there should be some clear indications of his being. And if humans bear God’s im
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 11th 2005 by WaterBrook
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Tonia Parker
The book description bills it as a discussion about God outside of the "box" of religion, but the presentation is from a very Christian perspective. If you are from a non-Christian religious background you will find useful tidbits, but must be prepared that the book approaches everything from a solidly Christian perspective and is geared toward Christians and/or potential Christians.
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