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A Conversation with God If You Could Ask God Anything What Would It Be?
By Alton Gansky
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 1/11 Steve Painter wrote: This book is a very simplified look at questions that all of us have. But how do we know that the answers given in this book are from God about our particular situation? We can't. And therein lies the problem that I have with books like this. I think for a baby Christian and perhaps even those who are ... How can we know?
On 1/8 Lins wrote: There are many questions that I would like to ask God and things that I do not understand. This book was helpful in figuring out answers to certain questions and learning what God has to say about situations faced in life. Although there are many questions that I had that were not in this book, it listed ... Convo with God?
On 11/29 Evalyne Kanyina wrote: A Conversation with God by Alton Gansky This is a great book. It is quit instrumental especially for new believers or Christians who are still grappling with fundamental Christian theology being based on stepwise questions that are posed to God and then answered by God, Jesus, The Holy Spirit and various ... A Conversation with God by Alton Gansky
On 6/1 Helen Robinson wrote: A Conversation with God is a collection of questions and answers book to those questions we humans find baffling and curious of our existence on Earth. The book have various topics: God; Bible; The Future; Pain and Suffering; Jesus; Kingdom of God; Heaven and Hell; Humanity; Christian Living; Today's ... Booksneeze Book Review
On 3/27 Darby wrote: Several months ago (yes, months), my friends at Booksneeze sent my a copy of A Conversation with God by Alton Gansky for me to review. To say I struggled to get through this book would be an understatement. I love the concept of this book, a series of challenging questions that ... A Conversation with God - Book Review
On 2/10 ROBIN THOMPSON wrote: Did you ever ask questions of God? "A Conversation with God" attempts to answer 55 questions that are common to all people, in the voice of God, Jesus and several biblical characters. In an effort to engage the mind and heart of any person, believer or not, that has questions for God.The book is sectioned ... A Conversation With GOD
On 2/7 Tracye Dukes wrote: I really, really wanted to love this book! Unfortunately, I must settle for a cordial "like". Let me explain why... Many years ago, I got caught up in the writings of Neal Donald Walsch, who has a book series by a similiar name. After inquiry, studying the Bible and seeking advice from christian leaders ... I wanted to love this! :(
On 2/1 Jodi wrote: Honestly I received this book a long time ago. Way too long ago to not have already posted a review. This book was not as satisfying as I had thought it would be. In my hunger for more and more information I could gleam about God I thought this would be a great resource. This book is set up as question/answer ... Book Review: A Conversation with God by Alton Gansky
On 1/30 Jackie Brown wrote: I found this book to be interesting, but didn’t quite hold my attention as well as other books. I know this is a highly recommended author, whom I’ve met and admire for his publishing history. I’ve never read any other of his books to compare, though I know he is an excellent author with many followers. ... A Mom reviewing A Conversation with God
On 1/28 Modmama wrote: A Conversation with God, a question and answer book written by Alton Gansky attempts to answer some of mans biggest theological questions. Initially I was very turned off by the first person answers, and also can’t make sense of the organization of the headings under the answer sections. The author ... A Conversation with God by Alton Gansky