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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Christian Ministry / Discipleship
  • Language:English
  • Pages:46
  • eBook ISBN:9781620952160

Making Love

An Exploration Of The Greatest Commandment

by Nathan Wheeler

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Overview

What does it mean to be a Christian? It depends on who you ask. 

Description

Many Christians want to make a single set of beliefs on what it means to be a Christian, but you can look around Christendom and clearly see what it means to be Christian depends on who you ask. Go ask the neo-reformers, the emergent’s, conservative evangelicals, protestant liberals or charismatic’s what it means to be a Christian. Most Christians can not agree on whom is a Christian let alone what it means to be a Christian. In each of the four gospels, there are variations of the greatest commandment. In Matthew 22:34-40, Mark 12:28-31, Luke 10:25-37, John 13:34-35 & John 15:12, I believe, Jesus explains what it means to be a Christian. It's about making love.

About the author

Nathan Wheeler, Mdiv (Memphis Theological Seminary) serves as director of youth and young adult ministry at Emmanuel UMC in Memphis, TN.

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