God's Message To the World: You've Got Me All Wrong

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Is it possible that everything we think we know about God, and what God wants, is wrong?
Could humanity’s ideas about all this be the greatest inaccuracies . . . ever? Would it matter if they were? The author of the multi-million-selling Conversations with God series places the question squarely before our world in another blockbuster book that could move our species closer to true spiritual revolution on the Earth, changing humanity’s future for the better, forever. In direct ...

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Overview

Is it possible that everything we think we know about God, and what God wants, is wrong?
Could humanity’s ideas about all this be the greatest inaccuracies . . . ever? Would it matter if they were? The author of the multi-million-selling Conversations with God series places the question squarely before our world in another blockbuster book that could move our species closer to true spiritual revolution on the Earth, changing humanity’s future for the better, forever. In direct and spiritually challenging language, Walsch here exposes the many ways in which he believes that humanity completely misunderstands God. He then describes in clear terms how the world could change overnight if humans accurately comprehended what God is, what God wants, who they are in relation to that, and to each other. Walsch calls this the “Missing Data” which, if ever embraced and acted on by our species, would create a spiritual revolution across the globe, bringing humanity both inner and outer peace at last. Does anybody care why our species has been such a failure? Does anybody imagine it has not been? Does anybody want to know how this whole situation can be turned around in the virtual blink of an eye? If you do care about those questions, then you will read this book.

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Publishers Weekly
11/10/2014
Repetition is a time-honored teaching tool, particularly in a church setting, where the rhythm of the sermon helps to imprint a preacher’s message on listeners’ minds. Walsch (Conversations with God) uses the same technique in his writing, repeating themes and phrases from book to book, and within one volume, as he does here. While his newest sharpens his focus—he provocatively questions 17 widely held assumptions about God—both his salesmanlike style and the controversial content will feel familiar to anyone who has dipped into any of the nine Conversations with God books, some of which he excerpts. Walsch’s main argument—that people should question everything they’ve ever thought about God—is intriguing when he considers how human assumptions have in fact changed over time. His look at the church’s shifting messages on things like racial equality and marriage helps him make his point, although he would be more convincing if he included more authoritative sources as support. Mostly, though, Walsch writes to articulate his own interpretation of God. This book is for true fans of his work, looking for more of what they’ve loved in earlier titles. (Dec.)
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“[Walsch] is a recognized authority on interaction with whoever or whatever our modern God is . . . [God's Message to the World] intends to open a dialogue here on the earth plane about what God really is and really needs to be . . . whether your customers agree with Walsch or not, this is a book that will stimulate discussion and debate.”

Library Journal
12/01/2014
Walsch, author of nine books in the "Conversations with God" series, is a true phenomenon of New Age spirituality. A former radio program director and newspaper editor and the survivor of personal misfortune, Walsch says that his extensive "dialogues" are not channeled but "inspired" works. He is at the center of several websites and philanthropic outreach programs. His Conversations with God was a best seller, but the author has not gone without controversy—a plagiarism scandal surrounding a brief blog posting in 2008 was an embarrassment to him and his followers; and certainly he is prolific. Yet, as this book shows, he is not mad. His God is not a superhuman male nor a vengeful judge, doesn't make requirements of us, and is not separate from us. He maintains that God "is using Life in order to experience itself." Although it would chagrin them to admit it, Walsch's humane and affirming ideas are at the heart of what many humanists, agnostics, liberal Christians, and even some atheists believe. VERDICT Offering New Age spirituality amenable to reason and spirit alike, Walsch's latest book, like his previous voluminous works, should appeal widely to individual seekers.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781937907303
  • Publisher: Rainbow Ridge Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/23/2014
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 59,556
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

NEALE DONALD WALSCH is the author of nine books in the Conversations with God series, which have sold over ten million copies in 37 languages. He is one of the major authors in the new spirituality movement, having written 28 other books, with eight books on the New York Times bestseller's list. His life and work have helped to create and sustain a worldwide spiritual renaissance, and he travels globally to bring the uplifting message of the CwG books to people everywhere. He lives in Oregon with his wife, the American poet, em claire.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2015

    Great as usual, too much repetitions slowed reading down.

    A good book filled with terrific information but a slow read.

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