Beware Of This Book

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I received this as an e-mail from my good friend Bill O. I double-checked the information on This is true.
There’s this man who’s so grandiose as to claim to have conversed with the Almighty God and received God’s direct answers to his questions, thereby negating everything in the entire Bible. This “god” is not the God of Christianity, nor of Judaism, nor even of Islam. This “god” is the liberal’s wishful thinking of a nonjudgmental deity: There is no right or wrong. Just do what you will. (That, by the way, is the “teaching” of the Church of Satan. I’m not kidding or making this up. Just see for yourself HERE.)
From amazon I also learned that the book is a bestseller and began a series of Conversations With God books that have made a fortune for the author, as well as a never-heard-of 1996 movie. Children and teens are especially targeted. Beware!
Beware of this book!! Oprah is pushing it. It is scary that someone would be bold enough to write a book from God’s point of view contrary to His Word. Please send to all with kids or grandkids.

If you have children or grandchildren, work with children at church, or you have neighborhood children whose parents you know, please take note of the information below and pass it along to others. Schools are distributing this book to children through the Scholastic Book Club. 
The name of the book is Conversations with God. James Dobson talked about this book twice this week. It is devastating. Parents, churches and Christian schools need to be agware of it. Please pass this information on to church/e-mail addresses, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends. 
Please pay special attention not only to what your kids watch on TV, in movie theaters, on the Internet, and the music they listen to, but also be alert regarding the books they read.
Two particular books are, Conversations with God and Conversations with God for Teens, written by Neale D. Walsch. They sound harmless enough by their titles alone. The books have been on the New York Times best sellers list for a number of weeks, and they make truth of the statement, “Don’t judge a book by its cover or title.” 
The author purports to answer various questions asked by kids using the “voice of God”. However, the “answers” that he gives are not Bible-based and go against the very infallible word of God. For instance (and I paraphrase), a girl poses the question “I am living with my boyfriend. My parents say that I should marry him because I am living in sin. Should I marry him?” 
His reply is, “Who are you sinning against? Not me, because you have done nothing wrong.”

Another girl asks the question “Why am I a lesbian?” His answer is that she was ‘born that way’ because of genetics (just as you were born right-handed, with brown eyes, etc.). Then he tells her to go out and “celebrate” her differences. 
Another question asks about God’s forgiveness of sin. His reply “I do not forgive anyone because there is nothing to forgive.
There is no such thing as right or wrong and that is what I have been trying to tell everyone, do not judge people. People have chosen to judge one another and this is wrong, because the rule is “‘judge not lest ye be judged.”
Not only are these books the false doctrine of the devil, but in some instances quote in error the Word of God. 
And the list goes on. These books (and others like it) are being sold to schoolchildren through the Scholastic Book Club, and we need to be aware of what is being fed to our children. 
Our children are under attack. So I pray that you be sober and vigilant about teaching your children the Word of God, and guarding their exposure to worldly mediums, because our adversary, the devil, roams about as a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour (1 Peter 5:8). We know that lions usually hunt for the slowest, weakest and YOUNGEST of its prey.

Pass this on to every Believer you know. God bless! And, if you are in doubt, check out the books yourself.
[Note by Eowyn: If you want to check out the books for yourself, DON’T buy a new copy. has used copies on sale of only $0.01.]

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0 responses to “Beware Of This Book

  1. It is the old trick of Satan that Jesus warned us about, “Do not call evil, good and good, evil.” And what is more dangerous is that this book is written under the auspices of what God would say, not in congruence with His Word! People really have ————–, don’t they! Parents need to wake up and see the garbage that is being inundated to their children!

  2. The Anti-Christ works in strange and mysterious ways too…
    God certainly did say a whole bunch about right and wrong in the Ten Commandments. (“Do as thou will” is Church of Satan– as in Anton Levey and company, secular humanist to the extreme if you want put it that way.)

    • Ummm, I’m beginning to wonder with what “god” this Neale Walsh has been having all these “conversations”….
      But then titling his books “Conversations with Satan” definitely would sink sales. LOL

  3. Steve knocking over a liquor stores is so…yesterday. All the cool people steal identities come on man keep up with the times!

  4. Apparently, Mr. Walsh is a “god,” which is violative of the first commandment. And, this guy certainly isn’t referring to the Triune God, God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.


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