The God Enigma

  • by Craig Beck
  • Narrated by Craig Beck
  • 2 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Between 1998 and 2008, a million people stopped going to church on a Sunday. More recently, the much publicized abuse scandals within the Roman Catholic Church have forced even the most devout follows to ask some serious questions of their own faith.
In the 21st century, increasing numbers of people are becoming less and less willing to blindly accept the word of traditional religion as an unquestionable truth. Despite the dramatic increase in shared agnosticism the appetite for answers to the long-standing questions of mankind remains as strong as ever. Questions such as:

If God exists, how can he stand back and allow people to suffer so?
Why doesn’t God intervene in natural disasters?
If God loves us, why is he so ready to punish us for our mistakes
Why doesn’t God answer our prayers?
What happens when we die?
How do I get the life I dream about?
After two decades of searching for the answers to these and many more of man’s deepest questions, Craig Beck discovered something amazing and life changing. It took a complete loss of faith and disillusionment with religion to force a dramatic change in his path that revealed not only the answers to those burning questions but also the secrets to life as we dream it to be - full of abundance, happiness and love.

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And the answer is.......

....yes, just maybe not as many people think. Craig passionately argues the case for pantheism and answers many questions whilst raising many others. What I enjoyed the most about this was Craig's excellent reading voice (he's worked extensively in radio after all) and skillful use of hypnotic language (he's also a hypnotherapist). It was great to listen to someone who after wrestling with these questions reached largely the same conclusions I did when I went through a similar period of questioning. Four stars because, it's a bit on the short side and occasionally Craig can get a bit carried away. Nevertheless a thoroughly enjoyable listen.
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- L

very interesting

Would you consider the audio edition of The God Enigma to be better than the print version?

This audiobook is certainly worth listening to, it is well read and gives plenty of issues to ponder over.


What about Craig Beck’s performance did you like?

Craig Beck is able to put his story over clearly, he makes it 'easy listening'


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- Rosemary Bull

Book Details

  • Release Date: 30-08-2011
  • Publisher: Viral Success Ltd