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Title: Who Needs God

Submitted by on October 20, 2004 – 6:36 pm No Comment

Author: Harold S. Kushner
Date: 20-Oct-04

In today’s high-pressure world the odds are that you may feel overwhelmed, dissatisfied or unable to cope with unforeseen problems in your life. Harold Kushner’s challenging philosophy has brought inspiration to millions, and now he tells you how to live with more confidence and hope no matter what challenges you face in life. Whether you have no religious background or feel uncomfortable with the one you do have, whether you want to question your beliefs or develop your own relationship with God, Rabbi Kushner helps you understand how a spiritual commitment can make a real, practical difference in your life – and how you can find more meaning and live better today!

My Thoughts: Okay read. Didn’t really live up to the title. Not much substance here . Wouldn’t really recommend.

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