Do you think "love" is an important subject in Christianity?
Well, if you have wanted to do a thorough Bible study on love - that cites every New Testament Bible verse about love - look no further!
Once you have the proper Koine Greek definitions for, "love," then an accurate Bible study on love has begun!
When you place these corrected understandings in each Bible verse about love , you will probably conclude this is your first real Bible study on love . And I predict that once you start - you will not stop - until you have examined every Bible verse about love.
This free Christian Ebook is a 49 page Bible study on love set in a first person narrative.
Every Bible verse about love in the New Testament is listed ... but in the context of a personal journey that brings
questions - searching - and then answers. (49 pages)
This free Ebook is more than a Bible study on love. And it is more than a compilation of each Bible verse about love .... Much more.
While you may detect pain in this narrative journey, do not assume any injury has ended with regret.
Indeed, these experiences became catalysts that produced this Ebook. I have the feeling that others may relate to my experiences ... maybe too well.
... 'The Divine, Unconditional Love of God' - and Phileo Cannot Mean, 'Brotherly Love’”.
That’s the rest of that title!
Did you know it is impossible for the Greek word, agapao, to mean, “the divine, unconditional love of God” ?
And the Greek word, phileo, can not mean, “brotherly love.”
Fortunately, you do not need to know Greek to discover these assertions are correct.
And you will not need to “interpret” the Bible either.
All you need to be able to do - is read (which it appears you can).
In a matter of moments, you will know more about the Bible’s teaching on love than many a “scholar”! A must read! (5 pages)
Is this ... essential for salvation? If so, why isn't this taught?
While not totally certain of this, it may be that God has kept me alive long enough so as to get this one out.
But, I hope more is to come :) (11 pages)
This may seem like a strange article to have in this area.
But, when writing "Cherishing Jesus Christ and the Bible" it was necessary to address Satan's role in that matter.
Soon, that material became so long that it diverted that article's main point.
The remedy? Let it become its own article. So, ... here it is. (13 pages).