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On God: An Uncommon Conversation

by Norman Mailer

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this book was okay, but i don't agree with a lot of mailer's ideas about God and so the book drug on a bit. he repeated himself quite a bit and if you don't agree with his premise it gets to be tiring. there were some interesting ideas, but nothing earth shattering. it was an interesting book, but not fascinating. ( )
  shannonkearns | Jan 8, 2011 |
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Norman Mailer speaks intimately about the nature of God, his power and creativity, and the three way relationship between God, the devil, and man.

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