The New Revelations

  • by Neale Donald Walsch
  • Narrated by Neale Donald Walsch, Edward Asner, Ellen Burstyn
  • 5 hrs and 59 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The human race has reached a Time of Choosing. Our options are being placed before us by the tide of events, and by those who are creating them. We can either move forward, building together at last a new world of peace and harmony based on new beliefs about God and Life, or move backward, separately and continuously reconstructing the old world of conflict and discord. The New Revelations provides us with the tools to move forward, to pull ourselves out of despair, lifting the whole human race to a new expression of its grandest vision. Neale Donald Walsch urges us to open our hearts and our minds to what may be one of the most important spiritual statements of oour time. A conversation with God that begun as a simple plea from one human being to the God of his understanding, The New Revelations is a life-altering audiobok, given to us when we need it most.


What the Critics Say

"Because Walsch is ecumenical...seekers from many spiritual backgrounds will find his book inviting....For those who are interested in a spiritual approach to global upheaval, these New Revelations will prove inspiring and companionable." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Finally, a way to make sense of it all!

I have read nearly every "Conversations" out for publication but this is one that drives home everything in the most simplest of terms. This offers an outstanding message for anyone troubled with "making sense" of their own religion, or just trying to seek a spirituality that makes sense for them. A spirituality free of guilt and repression.
This book is clearly written and defined and just frankly , makes sense, regardless of what you beleive or have been sold.

We are all one. One is no better than the other, just different.

Nice to know! I hope it helps you like it has helped me!

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- Robert

A little off the mark for me

To preface, I am considered a "spiritual" person and have been called a "mystic" or labeled "new age" by some. In short, I choose not to participate in organized religion of any sort.

I listened to half of this book and feel that there is no message here for me. Granted, I share many of the feelings or beliefs discussed in this title, but I think this book is intended to convince or spark interest in people of organized religions to be more open to incorporating new ideas of spirituality into their belief systems. Problem for me is that It flat out says that groups of religious orders are wrong. True or not (who knows?), on the converse this is not something that I would want for a person from an organized religion to tell me.

The approach just seems a little weird or off. But see for yourself if you're curious or "called" to do so.
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- Miriam

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-04-2005
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio