The Voice of God's Rock: A Spiritual Autobiography

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iUniverse, 2005 - 152 من الصفحات
Author David Kolzion, a refugee from Galang, Indonesia, immigrated to Australia over ten years ago. The Voice of God's Rock tells of his efforts to learn and accept new ideas as he embarked on a spiritual journey that spans three countries and thirty years.

In this, the fifth and final edition of his story, Kolzion asks such speculative questions as, "Is God able to raise up His children out of rocks for Abraham?" For ten years, Kolzion studied the ancient Hebrew Scripture--the Book of the People--and he details his long and arduous process to reach understanding. By telling the fascinating tale of his immigration from a refugee camp in Indonesia to a boat that carried him to Australia, Kolzion shares the spiritual experiences that led up to his eventual departure from traditional Christianity. By openly sharing his journey, which explores the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, he encourages the reader to actively question their own religious beliefs.

The Voice of God's Rock will certainly spark lively spiritual discussions throughout the world, as readers learn that through their own studies, they may also teach others to seek new spiritual ideas.

 

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Prologue
1
Chapter 2
2
Chapter 3
3
25
4
33
5
43
6
Chapter 7
40
Chapter 9
69
Chapter 12
96
Epilogue
105
Appendix A
111
Appendix B
113
Appendix C
115
Appendix D
117
Appendix E
119
Appendix F
121

Chapter 10
78
Chapter 11
88

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