God doesn’t just love us. He is love. God's Love explores the unrelenting love of God, which found its ultimate expression through His Son. This release also explains difficult themes such as the different aspects of God’s nature, how His love coexists with His holiness, and what the Bible means when it mentions God’s hatred. This is a compelling read for all who long to love as God loves.
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“We also could conclude that John was saying God is the fountain or source of all true love” (Page 15)
“It is important to remember that when we speak of the attributes of God, we are speaking of properties that cannot be bifurcated from one another. One of the first affirmations we make about the nature of God is that He is not a composite being. Rather, we confess that God is a simple being. This does not mean that God is ‘easy’ in the sense that a simple task is not a difficult task. Here, simplicity is not contrasted with difficulty but with composition. A being who is composite is made up of definite parts.” (Pages 16–17)
“If we deny God’s estrangement from us, the cross is reduced to a pathetic and anemic moral influence with no substitutionary satisfaction of God.” (Page 134)
“We need to distinguish between what love means and what it emphatically does not mean” (Page 12)
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