You Don't Have to If You Don't Want to

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Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1995 - Religion - 210 pages
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The co-host of The 700 Club demonstrates how independence affects marriage, social relationships, spiritual relationships, and society, and explains the profound impact of man's free will on welfare, crime, poverty, the environment, the educational system, and the corrosion of traditional values.

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Contents

Dont Have To If I Dont Want To
1
A Tale of Two Sovereigns
18
The Keys of the Kingdom
40
Copyright

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