A Conversation with God: If You Could Ask God Anything What Would It Be?

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Mar 15, 2011 - Religion - 320 pages
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A front row seat to a fascinating conversation between God, Jesus, and other biblical characters answering important questions about life and faith.

A Conversation with God allows readers a one-on-one dialogue with God, his son Jesus, and other important men and women from the Bible as they respond to questions and concerns relevant to the Christian faith. The questions, in some cases hard-hitting, cover issues that have troubled believers and seekers since the beginning of time. Each answer is based on Scripture and written with the warmth and intimacy of a Heavenly Father relating to His child.

Categories and sample questions include:

  • God, how can we believe that You created us?
  • Why weren't all early writings included in the Bible?
  • How should we prepare for the end of the world?
  • Jesus, can I lose my salvation?
  • What will we look like in heaven?
  • God, does choice extend to abortion?
  

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User Review  - dmfoote - Christianbook.com

This book is easy to read. It is done in conversational context. The author poses questions that are common among believers at some point during their walk. And then he replies, based on scripture ... Read full review

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Contents

Bible
39
The Future
65
Pain and Suffering
89
Jesus
113
Kingdom of god
149
Heaven and Hell
167
Humanity
199
Christian Living
223
Todays World
245
Notes
267
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Alton Gansky is a full-time writer with an eclectic background as a firefighter, architect, and a Baptist minister. With a BA and MA in biblical studies, he is the author of more than thirty books, both fiction and nonfiction. Several of Alton's nonfiction works deal with biblical matters and biblical mysteries.

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