During the lowest point of his life, a man begins writing letters to God to vent his frustrations - and unexpectedly receives answers to his questions, written by his own hand. The bestselling spiritual classic that has now sold millions of copies world-wide.
Neale Donald Walsch was experiencing the lowest point of his life - from a devastating fire to the collapse of his marriage - when he decided to write a letter to God to vent his frustrations. What he did not expect was a response: as he finished his letter, he was moved to continue writing, and out came extraordinary answers to his questions. These answers - covering all aspects of human existence, from happiness to money, to faith - helped Walsch to change himself and his life for better, and the way he viewed other beings.
Walsch compiled all of these answers into a book, Conversations with God, which was an instant bestseller on publication in 1995, going straight into the New York Times bestseller list and remaining there for more than 130 weeks. Over twenty years later, it has sold millions of copies world-wide and has changed the lives of countless people all around the world with its profound answers about life, happiness, money, love and faith. Conversations with God is a modern spiritual classic that remains fresh and relevant in a world that needs its powerful messages about who we are and our place in it more than ever.
In this follow-up to the bestselling Conversations with God, Walsch presents yet another lengthy record of the opinions that God has confided in him alone. This second volume features a verbose deity who appears almost to be playing patient to Walsch's psychotherapist. These conversations present a very jocular God bantering and joshing with divine aplomb about sex, politics, economics, ecology and myriad other topics. Walsch remains "culturally correct" by bashing "organized religion" in general and Catholicism in particular. Typically, however, his religion-bashing is based on misrepresentations and simpleminded theology. One can only be shocked that God is so gullible as to take Walsch's intellectually lazy word for it.