Chats with God in Underwear by Eduardo Chapunoff (Book Review #699)

Chats with God is a fictional book written about God deciding to walk on earth as a person and conducting dialogue with various religions. God finds a friend named John and only reveals himself to him in order to interact with humans and to understand them better.

John is a phycologist. He is a non-believer yet helps God in meeting with all faiths, people and cultures. The questions and answers are debatable and allow the reader to think more about what really matters.

 

 

God’s wishes are apparent in this story. He wants us to be happy, to live and be kind. The material is mature, and so it would suit a more adult audience.

 

The content is religious but not preachy. The overall outtake on the humorous story was to make it known that we, as humans do not know as much as we think we do. The literature was easy to read and to follow through. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to read about religious matters.

Written by Jeyran Main

 

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