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Armand Nicholi, Free Press; 27823rd edition (August 7, 2003).

This book is a dialogue constructed from writings by C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud.  Book sleuth that I am, I can't believe that it took me all of this time to find the title.  I ordered it as a used book at an extremely low price.  (Try Bookfinder and/or Amazon.)  When I have it in hand, I hope to stimulate a discussion on QQ.  Until then...

I bet that's a bit deep  ?    Good on you for attempting to read it.   It will be interesting to hear what you have to say about it. 

Thanks, David.  I hope that I don't go speechless!

David Keel said:

I bet that's a bit deep  ?    Good on you for attempting to read it.   It will be interesting to hear what you have to say about it. 

According to USPS tracking, *The Question of God* is scheduled to be delivered to my mailing address at Port Henry NY today.  I have moved to the next town south but should receive the parcel tomorrow by family "pony express."   Even though I don't have the energy and stamina I had when I stayed up all night reading books like *Synagogue Life* by Samuel Heilman, I should still be able to plow through this new volume by midweek and will give a first report on what I found!

There must be a backlog of parcels in Albany.  On Friday, I think I received at least two.  I am still waiting for *The Question of God*.  In the meantime, I finished *Emma: A Widow Among the Amish*.   It is a (nearly) 400-page biography; I enjoyed every bit of it.

I didn't get any Christmas cards from my family in America this Christmas sent to me in England, UK where I live.  Maybe your book will come soon.

It looks like you live in a nice place.  I went on to Google maps and saw Port Henry has lots of woodland / forest.  It's a nice area.

Yes, but a bit rough in the wintertime!  The book arrived yesterday; I have begun reading it.  More later...

David Keel said:

I didn't get any Christmas cards from my family in America this Christmas sent to me in England, UK where I live.  Maybe your book will come soon.

It looks like you live in a nice place.  I went on to Google maps and saw Port Henry has lots of woodland / forest.  It's a nice area.

I intend to return to "The Question of God" shortly, if I can get my ducks in a row (or wild turkeys  in our neighborhood)!  I did see 40-50 Canadian geese fly overhead. in V-formation, this morning.

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