A passionate, personal call for extreme intimacy with an interactive God. "This is a book I want my friends to read. To the agnostic it describes the human side of God. To the outcast it is a tale of unconditional...
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A passionate, personal call for extreme intimacy with an interactive God. "This is a book I want my friends to read. To the agnostic it describes the human side of God. To the outcast it is a tale of unconditional love. To the disillusioned it blends wit and honesty to offer hope... GOD.COM is the most thought-provoking book on faith I have ever read." - Chris Falson, singer/songwriter
God.com is a refreshing, unflinchingly honest approach to seeking our Creator. Witty, poignant, and surprising text draws today's techno-savvy readers to God's "home page," where they can learn to more fully understand and communicate with Him. In these pages, author James Langteaux boldy tackles some of our toughest questions about maintaining a relationship with an invisible being-discussing God as Father, Lover, and Best Friend. God.com helps readers identify and break down walls of fear so they can allow God's love and purposes to change their lives in profound ways. It invites us all to face the piercing, unpadded truth of God's passion for us and respond, reminding us that our maturity is at stake.
Langteaux boldly tackles readers' toughest questions about maintaining relationships with an invisible being, discussing God as father, lover and best friend. "God.Com" helps readers identify and break down walls of fear so they can allow God's love and purpose to change their lives in profound ways.
To be interactive and intimate with the God of the universe requires a willingness to believe. It's risky. . .but when you believe, astonishing things become a powerful part of your waking world. Dead people come alive. Ordinary types defy gravity and other assorted natural laws. captives are set free. And God laughs.
Langteaux is a graduate of Regent University and teaches media-related courses at Azusa Pacific University. He is a freelance director-producer specializing in new program development.