The Goal of Brotherly Love
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Brotherly love ‘is something far higher and deeper than church rambles and other organised friendship activities, useful as these may be,’ writes the author. The great goal is ‘Philadelphia’ love, a New Testament term indicating ‘a depth and tenacity of love equal to the love of a blood tie’. Why is such a strong term used What is the scope of mutual affection and loyalty, required in Scripture When does love become inappropriate – even a vice What obstructs and hinders brotherly love And what are the steps we must take in order to promote and preserve it Here is an illuminating and searching treatment of a topic vital to the holiness and happiness of all Christians and churches.
Masters, Peter, (Author)
Sword & Trowel (1994), 26 pages