I SAW GOD – “A small, important masterpiece.”

October 31, 2010

I SAW GOD  by Mary Murray Bosrock

This is a unique book that defies categorization either as religious  or as for a certain age. The author told me she is having difficulty getting it into school libraries b(because of iits title) but also that is being translated into Arabic (which will give you some idea of its scope). It begins with a picture of island utopia that suddenly becomes divided by disagreement over specifics of an appearance there by God.The message is tolerance or destruction. Who should read it: everybody, but what a discussion tool for parents and children to share. The colorful, Gaugan like drawings beautifully complement the bitter/sweet theme. I can’t think of another book that does so much so quickly and leaves the reader wondering about his or her own religious prejudices.

Purchase this directly from amazon.com for  $14.95. Click here: I Saw God


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