Set Free to Remarry

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This book sets people free from the misconception that the Bible condemns divorce and remarriage, and the book is entirely supported by Scripture and history. More

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Review by: William Talada on Feb. 27, 2016 :
I recently became acquainted with the author of this book "Set Free to Remarry" and decided to read it out of curiosity of knowing the author better. Although I've read the Holy Bible I must say that I now follow an inner light as my better way of knowing truth. In other words I'm not worthy of judging the historical accuracy of understanding scriptures.

The book immediately jumps into scriptures and definitions and existing inconsistencies and starts applying a coherent viewpoint to yield deep understanding. "Intense" is how I would describe it. It became obvious to me that the author had struggled with the subject for perhaps years before seeing the way through this landmine. The clear view presented of marriage, divorce, and freedom could have helped me decades ago as I struggled in a "trapped" marriage due to "over" commitment on my part. The book reads almost like a doctoral thesis due to the huge amount of facts from study and work that must have gone into it. The logical arguments are fair and convincing.

Reading this book will liberate people who are trapped by a wanting to do the right thing for themselves and for church or religion yet not currently seeing a way through. I believe the author has placed the reader's needs first and intends to help them find happiness and love again. Although it appears on the surface to be an explanatory book I believe it was written from a point of unconditional love and wanting to help those who are suffering. I'm very impressed. And you can have this person help you better than a counselor could by simply reading this.
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