On grace & free choice

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Cistercian Publications, 1988 - Religion - 114 pages
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Review: On Grace & Free Choice/de Gratia Et Libero Arbitrio

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Despite the occasional spelling or punctuation error, Clairvaux added an interesting perspective on the types of free will a person may of may not have. Read full review

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User Review  - Michael Hastings - Goodreads

Bernard's analysis of free choice may not be widely accepted today. It may not even be absolutely incontrovertibly right. However it does for the most part ring true with the content of scripture in a profoundly simple way. His invention of the three types of freedom is genius. Read full review

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Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153) stands among the rare handful of men and women gifted with true insight into the unseen, supernatural world. Known throughout the medieval church as a "spiritual doctor," he was given both a spectacular vision of angels and the wisdom to understand their purposes among men.

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