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The God Diagnosis is the unique journey of a successful surgeon who finds the fulfillment of all his life dreams empty, lonely, and depressing. Embarking on a quest for truth and the answers to life's basic questions, Dr. Viehman finds himself at the epicenter of the most mind blowing diagnosis of his life.

In a riveting journey through investigation, testing, and personal struggles, Dr. Viehman recounts his journey from death to life in a way that will resonate with anyone seeking the facts and examining the evidence for themselves. Dr. Viehman uses his medical mind to come at these issues in a profound way that is striking, refreshing, and fascinating. He is vulnerable and transparent and has the utmost integrity as he sorts out fact from fantasy.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2013 Greg E. Viehman (P)2013 Greg E. Viehman

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  • R. Ferrell
  • 01-04-15

A must read!

Thir author wrote this book with a heart-felt, sincerity. His spirit-filled testimony touched my heart and soul.

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  • anitas
  • 21-03-15

Powerful but familiar story

If you know Lee Strobel's story this will seem familiar. Still it's a good story and reinforces the power of the Word balanced with facts and reason.

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  • Emma-Louise Bussey
  • 01-11-14

Full of Absolute Truth; Soul-Penetrating!

Would you consider the audio edition of The God Diagnosis to be better than the print version?

I only use audio books; eyesight limitations dictate that I do so.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The God Diagnosis?

I had planned to break my listening into 2 or 3 hour intervals; I couldn't stop listening even after 6 hours!

Have you listened to any of John Eastman’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I don't recall narrators; but this narrator had a soul-touching testimony at the end of the book.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I consider myself a Bible scholar; a committed Believer in Jesus the Messiah: this book had me in a state of deep soul-searching repentence. The Holy Spirit that has dwelled in me, now for over 60 years since my initial salvation, brought to mind things and situations I'd thought were long forgotten--He gently led me to to ask and receive total peace and forgiveness!

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This book is awsome!!!

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  • Joanne
  • 26-06-17

A great testimony

I always benefit from hearing about God's work in overcoming the influences of our fallen culture.
The joy of our salvation is evident even as Dr. Viehman struggles
to understand what is happening to him. Let us all praise God.