If you were invited to meet with God and encouraged to ask any questions you chose, what would you ask?
One day Joseph was visited at work by a person who claimed to be God. The visitor invited Joseph to participate in a series of seven meetings—each with God. Joseph was asked to prepare a question for each of those meetings. Intrigued with the whole notion, but deeply suspicious of this person's intent and motives, Joseph decided to participate in the meetings, he was committed to challenge any and all of his visitor’s possible schemes.
Joseph Imagines God tells the story of a man who had the opportunity to interview God. The book is the description of these seven meetings. The responses Joseph receives to his questions challenge his paradigms of life, humanity, God and the universe.
Many of us wonder if there is a God and, if there is, we ask ourselves, "What is God like?" and "How do humans fit into all of this?"
Roger Neumaier's wonder about these questions was the basis for his philosophical novel, Joseph Imagines God. He worked intermittently on writing it since 2009. The book's theme represented an opportunity to explore the questions of who we are and what is our relationship to the universe.
Writing the book was stimulating and served as a wonderful mechanism for exploring his beliefs. Roger hopes you will find the book's questions just as interesting to ponder and its responses meaningful. He invites you to share with him your insights into these questions of the universe. A link to enable this is included at the bottom of this web page.