Questions and Answers on Conversations with God

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Jan 1, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 400 pages
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Millions of readers have come to value the Conversations with God series by Neale Donald Walsch, which has now been translated into twenty-six languages. Many thousands of those readers have had questions for him--questions about religion, good and evil, physical and mental health, death, prophecy, the nature of God and the universe, prayer, angels and devils, spiritual paths, relationships, and much more.

In Questions and Answers on Conversations with God, Neale, with characteristic wit and wisdom, responds to the most compelling and provocative of these letters; and the result is a book that is profoundly enlightening and inspiring. By relating the messages in the dialogues of CWG to the personal issues and everyday experience of individuals, Neale's answers illustrate the direct link between spiritual and physical reality, clearly demonstrating how what we do and who we are in our lives is a result of how we think and what we believe.

This book gives us all the opportunity to look at ourselves, to change ourselves, and thus, perhaps, to change the world.


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Complex Questions
Spiritual PathLife
Physical Health
Being vs DoingWhat To Do With My Life Chapter 5 Feelings and ThoughtsMental Health
Relationships and Sexuality
Good 81 Evil and the Nature ofDuality Chapter 8 Death and Dying
Prophecies Earth Changes and the Future
Prayer and Meditation
Talking with
Religious Issues Jesus Bible Church and Angels
Conversations About
CWG and Neale
General Questions
The Only Question That Matters
In Closing

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Neale Donald Walsch and his wife formed the Conversations with God Foundation, a nonprofit organization offering programs in personal growth and spiritual understanding, with the state mission of helping the world to help itself. He lives in Ashland, Oregon.

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