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Angry Conversations with God by Susan E. Isaacs
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Feb 09, 2010

really liked it

The idea of writing a book about taking God to "couples counseling" is brilliant. (It did get a little tricky since sometimes it seemed she was married to Jesus and sometimes to the Father, but nobody ever said it was easy to understand the Trinity.) I love that for both Susan and God, "sarcasm is a viable form of communication." Since she and I have both dealt with some of the same "God issues," I related to a lot of the book. It was also refreshing to read about a Christian writer and actress trying to find God's purpose in her life (as long as it doesn't involve writing "dorky Bible skits.") Also, Christians who are searching for love at age 40 (and dealing with the whole premarital-sex dilemma) will find a lot to relate to here.

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