Small Town Theologian with Jonathan Shirk

Hosted ByJonathan Shirk

Allowing the Biblical truths of the Heidelberg Catechism to shape our theology and Christian living.

STT 089 – The “Love Is Love” Fallacy & the Truth about Love (HC LD 34, QA 92-95)

What does “Love is love” mean? Is love something that our culture truly understands? Considering we live in a secular society where God is not regarded as truth, many are confused about true love. Tune in to join me in thinking about true love as it relates to God’s law.

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR FAMILY WORSHIP: (1) What happens in people’s lives when they live not by God’s definition of love explained in His law but when they live according to their own definition of love? (2) How would you define hatred, and where do you see people hating others today? (3) Why was Jesus the most loving man ever hated so much by so many? (4) Why should our thoughts about true love always include God’s law?