Great Insight on Love

by Jun 13, 2015Piety, Theology1 comment

A great insight on love from my friend, and fellow Jonathan Edwards dissertator, Ryan Martin:

Love in popular culture could never be cultivated, or else it would be inauthentic. Inauthenticity is adding any kind of layer to what is most natural and “free” (cf. 2 Pet 2:17-19).

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  1. Ryan Martin

    Thanks for the encouragement, Mark.

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