A Conversation with God

May I Ask You A Question?

A Book Review by Jo Rae Johnson

Have you ever said, “When I get to heaven I have a few questions for God”? I know I have.
If you’ve pondered the why’s of this universe or are wondering about where we go from here, you may find your answers within these pages. Author Alton Gansky in “A Conversation With God” answers 55 questions in the voice of God, Jesus, and biblical characters from Abraham to Urbanus. Topics addressed include God, Bible, The Future, Pain and Suffering, Jesus, Kingdom of God, Heaven and Hell, Humanity, Christian Living, and Today’s World.
Questions range from the basic, “God, is Jesus really your son?” to the more complex, “Who really rules this earth, God—You or Satan?” Jesus and God’s response to every question solidifies the oneness of Father and Son. Additional responses from other biblical characters reinforce the accuracy of scripture and Gansky’s responses via God and Jesus.
Although I felt the book was too elementary in scope for a seasoned Christian, it would be an excellent resource to give new believers or non-believers seeking to learn more. The book’s first person perspective lends an intimate feel to a very personal subject, one’s relationship with God. The answers warmth and concern embrace the reader like a hug from a father to his child—a proper illustration of our loving God.

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