So that is what the new Elijah, the new messenger, is about. But telling the world that I am the new Elijah? “Lord, I am back to the laughing stock problem.”
As I tell it to you, it will become clearer what you should write publicly.
There is no point in writing something that will be dismissed. You will need to continue reading and studying—otherwise, you will not have adequate words and concepts. There is a reason I chose an educated man for this task.
My message is evolving over time.
You will carry it forward. Do not credit this to your ego—it will be My voice. (Just) focus on the task. The world’s religions have spent themselves. They need renewal. There will be many voices for renewal. Yours will be one of the most important.
“I would feel more comfortable being one of the less important.”
God: An Autobiography, As Told to a Philosopher – is the true story of a philosopher’s conversations with God. Dr. Jerry L. Martin, a lifelong agnostic. Dr. Martin served as head of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the University of Colorado philosophy department, is the founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls group at AAR, and editor of Theology Without Walls: The Transreligious Imperative. Dr. Martin’s work has prepared him to become a serious reporter of God’s narrative, experiences, evolution, and autobiography. In addition to scholarly publications, Dr. Martin has testified before Congress on educational policy. He has appeared on “World News Tonight,” and other television news programs.
Listen to this on God: An Autobiography, The Podcast– the dramatic adaptation and continuing discussion of the book God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher by Jerry L. Martin.
He was a lifelong agnostic, but one day he had an occasion to pray. To his vast surprise, God answered- in words. Being a philosopher, he had a lot of questions, and God had a lot to tell him.