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The Light of God based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A closed-minded reader would likely conclude that the author of this book is delusional, as she claims that the book was dictated to her by God, Jesus, St. Teresa of Avila, Padre Pio, and other high spirits. Even though I believe in the reality of the spirit world and am convinced that there is communication between realms, I am inclined to look askance at such a claim, asking myself why God, Jesus, and the others would choose a young woman from the Bronx to communicate the abundance of wisdom contained within this book. However, I am then forced to ask myself how a young woman from the Bronx can possibly write so profoundly, so sagaciously, and so authoritatively on seemingly every subject relating to spirituality -- creation, evolution, free will, love, virtue, prayer, worship, suffering, sin, judgment, false prophets, forgiveness, healing, death, transition, reincarnation, the spirit world, and dozens of other subjects. The author states that she has had the ability to communicate with the spirit world since childhood. The spirits came and went, she explains, standing around her and dictating as she sat at her computer. She was blessed to see some of the spirits and hear the names of others. 'I sat, wrote, processed it on all levels, physically too, and finished it in six months.' Divinely dictated or the product of a delusional mind? The reader will have to come to his or her own conclusion. I can only say that it is a fascinating and intriguing read,that it all appeals to reason, and can be reconciled with a just, fair, and loving Creator.