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Product NameChosen But Free: A Balanced View Of God's Sovereignty And Free Will
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AuthorNorman L. Geisler
Page Count352
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Long DescriptionRevised and updated edition of this Geisler favorite provides a scriptural framework for how real human freedom can exist alongside God's sovereignty.
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