I hope you are enjoying my new series of videos. As I have met readers of God: An Autobiography, I have found them to be fascinating people, each with his or her own spiritual story. Our lives are more amazing than we realize! I hope you find these stories as interesting and inspiring as I do.
My Reader Series continues with my interview with Ajit Dass. Ajit is a dear reader in India, whom I had the pleasure of meeting when he was in the U.S. Trained at a top institute of technology, he is also very spiritual, and a close reader of the God book. I found speaking with him fascinating.
My Reader Series continues with my interview with Jonathan Weidenbaum. Jon is a brilliant philosopher and an engaging teacher of philosophy who also travels the world visiting it's holy places both east and west. He wrote a penetrating review of God an Autobiography for the online academic journal - Reading Religion.
My Reader Series continues with my interview with Rosemarie Proctor. Rosemarie has lived a life of love, loss, of spiritual denial and of spiritual discovery.
My Reader Series continues with my interview with Joel Weiner. Joel is a life long businessman who was called into the leadership of his local Jewish congregation and found himself not only responsible for finances but for giving some sense of direction for the spiritual quest of the congregation.
My Reader Series continues with my interview with Ray Silverman. Ray is a professor of Religion and English at Bryn Athyn College. He and his wife Star are the authors of an outstanding book of ethical reflections based on the Ten Commandments.
Readers of God An Autobiography are fascinating people. Take Matt Cardin for example . . . Matt is a writer of eerie fiction the kind that explores the twilight zones of life. He had never posted an interview on amazon until he read God an Autobiography. . .
My readers are amazing people. . . Mark Groleau is a theologian, community activist and honest seeker. To him, living more as Jesus did is more important than fixed doctrines. Shortly after God an Autobiography came out Mark interviewed me for his Wikigod podcast. Here the tables are turned. . . in this searching discussion I ask Mark where his life and spiritual journey are taking him today.