Appeared in Vol. 3 No. 3

In the essay that follows, John A. Hammes discusses the concept of love as presented by both humanist and Christian writers. His primary purpose is to show the remarkable richness of love in the Christian sense as compared with the best notions of non-Christian men. Secondarily, the author shows what natural man can know about love from his own reason. The presentation culminates in St. Paul’s own statement of what the Christian’s love must be.

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