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by Neale Donald Walsch

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ISBN:
1571746757
Author:
Neale Donald Walsch
Category:
Personal Health
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hampton Roads Publishing; 2nd Revised edition edition (October 1, 2012)
Pages:
248 pages
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1979 kb
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Book 1. an uncommon dialogue.

Book 1.

Conversations with God (CwG) is a sequence of books written by Neale Donald Walsch. It was written as a dialogue in which Walsch asks questions and God answers. The first book of the Conversations with God series, Conversations with God, Book 1: An Uncommon Dialogue, was published in 1995 and became a publishing phenomenon, staying on The New York Times Best Sellers List for 137 weeks. The succeeding volumes in the ten book series also appeared prominently on the List.

So Neale Donald Walsch, whose own life has been changed by his conversations with God, had another conversation. purchased one for my niece and one for myself

So Neale Donald Walsch, whose own life has been changed by his conversations with God, had another conversation. It's a simple, clear, t dialogue. The answers may challenge your beliefs about God, money, sex, love, about everything you may have been taught. purchased one for my niece and one for myself. all of Neale Donald Walsch books' are spot on. I feel like he wrote them to says all the things I have felt since I was a teen.

So Neale Donald Walsch, author of the internationally bestselling Conversations with God series had . I have read the first 3 books in this series and am now reading the 4th. I have to say, the book for teens is by far the best

So Neale Donald Walsch, author of the internationally bestselling Conversations with God series had another conversation. Conversations with God for Teens is a simple, clear, t dialogue that answers teens question Suppose you could ask God any question and get an answer. I have to say, the book for teens is by far the best. It is so simple and straight forward, and the teens in the book who asked the questions are so honest and direct, and ask questions we all want to know with no pretenses.

This lesson written by Neale Donald Walsch based on the information found in Conversations with God-­Book One. Discussion. There are three concepts from Conversations with God that utterly changed my life. They are the concept of Oneness, Enoughness, and Beingness. We covered the first concept in Lesson #33.

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Neale Donald Walsch has become known all over the world as a modern spiritual messenger. As the celebrated author of the highly successful Conversations With God series, he enjoys a regular seminar schedule around the world and is the author of 12 other best-selling books that relate to his spiritual awakening. Our LearnOutLoud Audio Books are Now Free! Get all 60 of our published audio books for free: Download 60 Free Audio Books.

So Neale Donald Walsch, author of the internationally bestselling Conversations with God series had another . Walsch acts as the verbal conduit, showing teenagers how easy it is to converse with the divine.

So Neale Donald Walsch, author of the internationally bestselling Conversations with God series had another conversation. Conversations with God for Teens is a simple, clear, t dialogue that answers teens questions about God, money, sex, love, and more. Conversations with God for Teens reads like a rap session at a church youth group, where teenagers discuss everything they ever wanted to know about life but were too afraid to ask God. This produced the book you are holding in your hands: Conversations with God for Teens. I consider it one of the most exciting, informative, incisive, relevant, and wonderfully beneficial books about life and our Divine Creator, as well as our relationship with both, that a young person might read. I hope that everyone who picks up this text will agree.

Suppose you could ask God any question and get an answer. What would it be? Young people all over the world have been asking those questions. So Neale Donald Walsch, author of the internationally bestselling Conversations with God series had another conversation. Conversations with God for Teens is a simple, clear, straight-to-the-point dialogue that answers teens questions about God, money, sex, love, and more.

Conversations with God for Teens reads like a rap session at a church youth group, where teenagers discuss everything they ever wanted to know about life but were too afraid to ask God. Walsch acts as the verbal conduit, showing teenagers how easy it is to converse with the divine. When Claudia, age 16, from Perth, Australia, asks, "Why can't I just have sex with everybody? What's the big deal?", the answer God offers her is: "Nothing you do will ever be okay with everybody. 'Everybody' is a large word. The real question is can you have sex and have it be okay with you?" There's no doubt that the casual question-and-answer format will help make God feel welcoming and accessible to teens.

Conversations with God for Teens is the perfect gift purchase for parents, grandparents, and anyone else who wants to provide accessible spiritual content for the teen(s) in their lives.

  • Drelalak
I found the first 3 Conversations with God books life-changing and inspiring. I had hoped for the same with this one which I will be giving to my 14-year old. With several objections from other parents about this book, of course I read the book first. I did not find the content objectionable, that is, if you want your child to grow up questioning the world around them, including what you tell them. I, for one, want my child to be an independent thinker.

I had two disappointments with this book. First, already understanding the basics from the CWG books, I don't feel this book covers some of the basics (or at least not early in the book) in a way that would overcome MY objections about the source of its inspiration like I had to overcome in the original books.

Second, it seems as though the author has interjected too much of his own summaries and understandings into some of the answers. For example, while "God" claims to have no vested interest in what the human race does or does not do, certain sections, especially the section on "School" seem to have very clear suggestions about changes that should be made and desirable outcomes. Also, there is lingo in this book which is very recognizable in some of today's new age workshops. This lingo wasn't used by "God" in the original books and it seems, (to use one of those words), "inauthentic" in this book.

I intend to give this to my child with the same advice the author gives: Believe all of it, believe none of it, or believe some of it, but think about it and what YOU feel is right and let's talk, if you want to. I hope that she will not discount the best parts of this book because she senses, as I do, a little too much human involvement in some of the advice offered. At the very least, my child will realize that, if I allowed her to read this book, I truly DO want her to be an independent thinker who takes responsibility for the choices she makes, even those that I would have advised against.
  • Gunos
purchased one for my niece and one for myself. all of Neale Donald Walsch books' are spot on. I feel like he wrote them to says all the things I have felt since I was a teen. Thank Neale.
  • Gathris
Wise beyond words.
  • Legionstatic
This book Blows! I love Books I-III but this one is crappy. Neale starts off ok, using real questions from Teens (and a few of his own) but he then adds in "follow up questions" Thats where this book gets off the rails.
Firstly, in the intro, he praises these kids to have the open mind to want to talk to God and how they are not closed minded, so with that in mind, Neales "follow up questions" have the kids insulting God, mocking God and you have God trying to justify himself. It's a idiot book! The follow up questions are like "some God you are" and "yah right". I dont know what kind of kids Neale hangs with, but in this book, he uses follow up questions as if all the kids had an Attitude or a chip on their shoulder, nothing like the open minded kids he spoke of in the books introduction.
The follow up questions posed by Neale DESTROYED this book and makes it useless! Also, these are kids, yet this book reads as if they are adults and some of the answers are really dangerious. God tells kids basically to rebel from their parents and to question their authority, God tells them to have sex and not be ashamed about it, mind you this is for TEENS! 13, 14 , 15 years old.
This Book is a NOT like Books I-III where God tells of the mysteries of life, this Book here is a load of CRAP!
  • Zeus Wooden
Love this book, the best!!!
  • deadly claw
After I read a bit of this bologna I decided it wasn't fit for a confused teenager. So I resold it.
  • Kelerana
Straight talk to teens about God and life, done in question and answer format. I am happy to pass it on to a favorite teen to see her reaction.
grandson loves it!