About the Book/Author
What at treat! Get ready readers! "OH MY GOD!" is an extraordinary update of the long forgotten story of God as taught in the 19th century! "Sound boring..." you say? It's anything but boring! How prominent theologians, TV Evangelists, members of the ministry, priests, etc. have missed and lost such an important view is scandalous! Mr Cinquemani's familiarity with the Bible and his ability to relate the hardest, most disgusting passages contained in it to the constant, unchanging love of God is astounding! "The gospel according to a CPA!" A simple, humble laymen lays out in these pages the God we're all looking for! Of course, he fails in making his work readily "understandable by a fifth-grader". But his approach is based upon a simple premise and his presentation is direct...in mostly common everyday language...making the topic fun and retentive. The reason it seems so hard in the first going is because of the preconceived ideas put in our heads by our early acquaintance with religion.
This book is amazing! If you are in pursuit of "the truth about God"; if you can keep an open mind to use common sense in your approach to spiritual things...whether you're churched, freelancing it, or looking for something you can buy into...Give this a try! This view of God is refreshing, I want so badly to believe it...it's too good to be true! But it makes so much sense! Why didn't someone show this to me sooner?
"Nice book. I really like this guy's first name! But if you're after truth about God, just read my letter to the Romans already"
- The Apostle Paul
"Pretty simple. It seems to miss a lot of the imagery though. I liked my stuff better, what with Seraphims with four heads each facing a different direction and wings on all sides. And the throne that moved around with wheels within wheels that had eyes all over them. I think that was more exciting"
and listen how this book influenced the life of one person.
Here are some web resources which Paul and his friends have found encouraging on their spiritual journeys. However helpful, we may not embrace each and every concept presented on these websites or by their sponsors.
This is the ‘short list’. You may wish to ask us for the ‘full resource list’