The Song of God

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The Song of God is a new book of holy scripture for a new and modern age, as revealed to Azrael Ondi-Ahman by the Heavenly Mother and Heavenly Father of all mankind. It begins with the proposition that the only appropriate religion for mankind is humanity itself, for it is from this humanity that God first evolved. Written over a period of 28 years, and at great personal sacrifice, The Song of God proposes a radical theology revolutionary in its depth and scope. It is the foundation upon which the true Gnostic ...
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Overview

The Song of God is a new book of holy scripture for a new and modern age, as revealed to Azrael Ondi-Ahman by the Heavenly Mother and Heavenly Father of all mankind. It begins with the proposition that the only appropriate religion for mankind is humanity itself, for it is from this humanity that God first evolved. Written over a period of 28 years, and at great personal sacrifice, The Song of God proposes a radical theology revolutionary in its depth and scope. It is the foundation upon which the true Gnostic Church of the modern era has been restored.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780981597003
  • Publisher: Ondi-Ahman
  • Publication date: 6/8/2008
  • Pages: 842
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Azrael Ondi-Ahman, a.k.a., Archie Dean Wood, was born into a strictly religious Southern Baptist family. From his earliest childhood, Azrael could not believe the stories and descriptions in the Bible claiming to depict the nature and disposition of God. This began a long spiritual quest which imposed upon Azrael a great many sacrifices, hardships, and heartaches. In the Uintah Wilderness Area of Utah, Azrael was confronted by the real-life, physical appearance of Heavenly Father and Heavenly Mother. For a period of four days and three nights, God spoke face to face with Azrael and commissioned him to write a completely new and modern book of scripture that would more accurately convey the true knowledge and wisdom of God the Father and the Mother. In spite of the ridicule, persecution, and hostility of the Christian community, Azrael has remained faithful and steadfast to his testimony regarding the coming forth of God and Heaven.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2014

    The "Song of God" is presented and written as scriptur

    The "Song of God" is presented and written as scripture. However, I found it much easier to read than other works presented as such. Its portrayal of God and the relationship of mankind with the cosmos was for me affirming, refreshing, and at ith mantimes quite radical. I grew up in a religious environment which left me with many questions and concerns that were never adequately addressed by traditional thourgh. The "Song of God" explained things in ways that were beautiful and empowering, and in accordance with natural law. That said, there are parts of the text that are a little difficult to understand and process. There is a lot of information here...but the continuity remains intact. I don't know about the author's claims, but the book is a fascinating and impressive work. Reading the whole thing is quite an investment, as it's a 700+ page tomb, but I would recommend it to anyone seriously interested in a fresh take on cosmology, spirituality and religion.

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