I would like to spark a discussion about a book which I could have potentially ignored, since it is a book by a "white" man who claims to speak with God.
The book is Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch.
I originally heard him speaking on Oprah and even though it seemed ridiculous, I liked what he was saying since it was already what I had come to believe. But years passed and I never bought the book. Then my oldest friend in life who has never even spoken of spiritual things to me, recommended this book. Well that was the final straw. I had to read it now. I did.
Once I decided to ignore anything that I might not like, it was incredible how much I did like. I would say that if this guy is REALLY talking to God, then he has basically shown that many traditional philosophies are correct.
There are things talked about in the book that may seem contradictory to the practice of religion. I wonder what others think. Has anyone read this? If not, then give it a shot and let me know.
Osun Isegun (The River is Victorious)