In God's Name
Multicultural, Nonsectarian, Nondenominational
Finalist, Children's Books of Distinction Award--Hungry Mind Review
Everyone and everything in the world has a name. What is God's name?
In poetic text and vibrant illustrations, this modern fable celebrates the diversity and, at the same time, the unity of all people.
"God must have a single name this greater and more powerful than all other names." All the people of the world set out to find God's name ... and each of the many seekers is sure that he or she alone has found the right name, the only name, for God. Finally, they come together--and at last learn what God's name really is.
In God's Name is a spiritual celebration of all people of the world and their belief in one God.
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Review: In God's NameUser Review - NanaP - Christianbook.com
Agree with the previous reviewer; I'm cataloging our church library and have removed this book from our collection.Sample text from the book:"All the people called God by different names. They tried ... Read full review
Review: In God's NameUser Review - shelly - Christianbook.com
Do not use this book, God is not whatever we want Him to be. this book speaks of that God is different to each person, very new age, I am disappointed that CBD even carries this book. Read full review