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Easy Chairs, Hard Words: Conversations on the Liberty of God Paperback – October 1, 1997
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Because of the non-threatening but interesting way that Doug Wilson draws the reader into the dialogue, I use these as an "evangelistic tool". I've given out more of these books than I can count...with tremendous results!
This is a great way to approach an Arminian friend with the Reformed faith.
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A concise presentation of reformed theology. Sometimes hard to follow, but well supported by Scripture. Well worth the investment in $ and time.Published 2 months ago by Wes
This is my third copy of the book. Have read the book twice, given a copy away and loaned another.Published 4 months ago by Elizabeth Harbin
I wasn't sure I wanted to read one more book about the Doctrines of Grace, but I love Doug Wilson so I decided to grab this one just because he wrote it and I am so glad I did. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Brandi Huerta
Concepts were presented clearly with scriptural backup. A must read for anyone struggling with the election versus free will debate.Published 13 months ago by Bob
Difficult questions about God's sovereignty and man's will are broken down in simple terms with great analogies.Published 16 months ago by sonia leon
This is the most accessible, coherent, intelligent book on the reformed faith I have read. Douglas Wilson did a great job on this onePublished 23 months ago by Lucas H
I must confess, I have not finished reading the book. I have four books going right now. I find this book very interesting and one I must read slow and easy. Read morePublished on December 8, 2013 by William S. Yunek