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(picture by Amanda Schaufler)
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This is the best explanation I've read so far about Free Moral Agency as opposed to Man's Free Will. I am also impressed by Spurgeon's comment, " you do not have to reconcile friends". Thanks so much for this insight. With your permission I would like to post it on my blog, freemoralagent.typepad.com. Let me know if that is acceptable to you, of course, giving you full credit. I think it might help somebody else. Thanks and God bless.
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August 01, 2008 at 09:03 AM
That photo is outside the Yaesu Book Store in Tokyo.
January 05, 2009 at 09:26 PM
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