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The Freedom of Will

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Coming of age can be an adventure. No one knows this better than William James Tillit, an abandoned child from east Texas raised by his loving aunt and uncle, devout evangelical siblings who are determined to do their best by their young nephew. Will has his own conversations with God, but his god sounds nothing like that of his guardians. Will's deity is insightful, but h ...more
Paperback, 318 pages
Published June 27th 2016 by FriesenPress
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Adedayo Adewunmi-Missa
Life Changing!

Reading this book changed my life. It felt like I was on the same journey of self discovery as the protagonist, and the cross section of intelligent arguments were both fascinating and enlightening. Redemption versus Works, Psychological Certainty versus Proven Knowledge etc. I appreciate the clarity of the text, the colorful cast of characters, and the humor. I'm almost certain I will be reading this book again, or at least going over those unforgettable discussions on religion. H
David López
Nov 02, 2016 rated it really liked it
A lovely piece of fiction that would classify as a secular fable. The narrative is simple but elaborated and the characters are believable and most of them pretty enjoyable.
I really praise the philosophical capacities of the author, the philosophical conversations portrayed in the book have solid arguments, are fluent and are easy to understand and still you can believe those words in the mouth of a young boy as Will.
I found this reading really comforting because you know that the characters are
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