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God, the Invisible King

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Wells wrote in his book God the Invisible King that his idea of God did not draw upon the traditional religions of the world: "This book sets out as forcibly and exactly as possible the religious belief of the writer. [Which] is a profound belief in a personal and intimate God." Later in the work he aligns himself with a "renascent or modern religion ... neither atheist nor Buddhist nor Mohammedan nor Christian ... [that] he has found growing up in himself." (Summary from Wikipedia) (4 hr 34 min)

Chapters

00 -- Preface

16:14

Read by William Tomcho

01 --Ch First, Parts 1-3

20:20

Read by William Tomcho

02 -- Ch First, Parts 4-6

16:40

Read by Mike Pelton

03 -- Ch Second, Parts 1-3

15:35

Read by T Michael Burke

04 -- Ch Second, Parts 4-7

18:50

Read by T Michael Burke

05 -- Ch Second, Parts 8-9

10:40

Read by T Michael Burke

06 -- Ch Third, Parts 1-4

19:46

Read by William Tomcho

07 -- Ch Fourth, Parts 1-2

21:20

Read by William Tomcho

08 -- Ch Fourth, Parts 3-6

20:22

Read by William Tomcho

09 -- Ch Fifth, Parts 1-3

13:45

Read by William Tomcho

10 -- Ch Fifth, Parts 4-6

19:01

Read by William Tomcho

11 -- Ch Fifth, Parts 7-9

18:27

Read by William Tomcho

12 -- Ch Fifth, Parts 10-11

19:30

Read by William Tomcho

13 -- Ch Sixth, Parts 1-5

16:51

Read by William Tomcho

14 -- Ch Seventh, Parts 1-5

21:43

Read by Mike Pelton

15 -- The Envoy

5:29

Read by hearmeout7

Bewertungen

343susan

(4,5 Sterne)

This is a thought-provoking book about how people feel about God. HD Wells does not try to convince The reader of anything. He writes this in a way of looking through all the different type religious people the fact that we are all searching for a greater power than ourselves. And even examines the feelings of an atheist. I highly recommend this to anyone who's interested in the universe and God