GOD: An Autobiography, As Told to a Philosopher - The Podcast

67. Reader And Listener Responses | Series: What’s On Your Mind [Part 3]

March 24, 2022 Jerry L. Martin, Scott Langdon
GOD: An Autobiography, As Told to a Philosopher - The Podcast
67. Reader And Listener Responses | Series: What’s On Your Mind [Part 3]
Show Notes Transcript

Scott and Jerry engage in an insightful conversation, hearing from listener Joe again, and responding to Eve's fascinating questions and comments about God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. Why is God so elusive? Our listeners asked this question and more for this episode of the series What's On Your Mind.

Please, send your thoughts or story in and be featured in the series What's On Your Mind by contacting questions@godanautobiography.com.

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Listen to the abridged audiobook of God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher by Dr. Jerry L. Martin through the dramatic adaptation and voice talents of Scott Langdon starting with episode 1.

Related Episodes: [What's On Your Mind]
Part 4- 72, Part 2- 63, Part 1- 59

Welcome to Episode Sixty-Seven of God: An Autobiography - The Podcast.

In this episode, Jerry and I go into the email bag and respond to the questions and comments that have come to us from listeners of this podcast and readers of the book, God: An Autobiography, As Told to a Philosopher.

This is our third time around with this once-a-month format, and we’re very excited to share with you today the experiences of three beautiful friends who wrote in and shared those experiences with us.

 If you would like to share your experience of God or if you’d like to ask a question or leave a comment, please, feel invited to email us with your questions and comments to 

 questions@godanautobiography.com