God Is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu...: God Dwells with Us, in Us, Around Us, as Us
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God Is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu...: God Dwells with Us, in Us, Around Us, as Us

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The author of The Gospel of Inclusion continues to rouse organized religion as he raises controversial issues and provides enlightening answers to the deepest questions about God and faith.

 

What is God? Where is God? Who is the one true God? Questions such as these have driven a thousand human struggles, through war, terrorism, and oppression. Humanity has respond...more
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Published March 30th 2010 by Atria Books
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Mitchell26 McLaughlin
While I am neither a Pentecostal nor evangelical of any sort, I found this book filled with revolutionary knowledge, much as can be found in my work. I wish, however, that it would have been a little more technical, but considering its primary audience I would have to admit that it does it job well and sufficiently. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking to understand God in a more complete and holistic way than has been the norm for orthodox religion for the past few millennium(!)...more
Patricia
I suppose it confused me more than anything else. I guess I wanted it to challenge some of the traditions I grew up with but in the end I think it just removed all my direction.
Sally
Not nearly as well written as his earlier "The Gospel of Inclusion," which I would recommend instead.
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“Truth resides within each of us. I've come to believe that authentic truth is not so much learned or taught as remembered in the deepest recesses of the soul (self), the ultimate essence of the Spirit of which we all partake.” 5 likes
“Whether you believe in God or are an atheist, you cannot deny that the empirical facts of science have nothing to do with whether or not freedom and good are real or worth destroying ourselves for. Meaning must come from the individual in touch with his or her own soul. To discover how to recover our sanity and freedom, we must know ourselves from within.” 3 likes
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