Love is a Verb: Use Your God Tools

3 thoughts on “Love is a Verb: Use Your God Tools”

  1. This is one of the most informative entries you’ve done, Hope. NIce job. Would you help me by expanding on the second of Seiler’s ideas, “Truth and love are pitted against each other and are mutually exclusive,” please? I don’t quite see this in either the Christian or LGBT communities, so I don’t get it. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks for your patience Carey,

      I went back over my notes to get some clarification on Linda Seiler’s statement “truth and love are pitted against each other and are mutually exclusive.” I believe her point was in a post modern world those who take a stand or disagree with a point of view are considered hateful. It is often why Christians who do speak truth even in the most grace filled way are considered hateful, especially when it comes to faith and sexuality.

      From a Biblical worldview love and truth go hand in hand and we must seek wisdom in speaking the truth in love to all people. Post moderns and LGBT people are especially guarded to any hint of opposing views and this is where must rely on the Holy Spirit to revel to truth to our friends.

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