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Author: Jim Palmer
Publisher: Nashville : Thomas Nelson, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Jim Palmer's critically acclaimed Divine Nobodies was only half the story - the deconstruction and shedding of a religious mentality that hindered his knowing God. In his next book, Jim takes the reader along into the wide open spaces of exploring and experiencing God beyond religion. Jim writes, "It is no secret that God can be lost beneath the waving banner of religion. Divine Nobodies is my story of how this  Read more...
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Named Person: Jim Palmer; Jim Palmer
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Palmer
ISBN: 9780849913990 0849913993
OCLC Number: 136779214
Description: xvii, 205 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: My God can whup your God! : is God a belief system? --
Humankind is from Mars, God is from Venus : can what you're feeling inside be God? --
This is the church, and this is the steeple : can church be everywhere, all the time, with everybody? --
Here's to all the walking wounded : is the Bible a landing strip or launching pad? --
A divine autopsy : does it matter WWJD, if I can't do it? --
The Devil wears Levis 501 jeans : is the reality of evil an inconvenient truth? --
For the least of these : are we too religiously minded to be any earthly good? --
Spiritual living : do you need a purpose in life to live? --
Follow the white rabbit : is God slipping messages to humankind through Netflix? --
The freedom filter : can you trust your gut? --
If I ever meet an angel : are we receiving help from another world? --
Quantum wonderosity : has science discovered God? --
If everyone loved : where have all the little Christs gone?
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People seek a deeper spirituality beyond status-quo religion. Palmer says that God's kingdom of love, peace, and freedom can be a present reality in any person's life. He proclaims that God is indeed  Read more...

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