2.9 Andrew Walker, David Schrock, Stephen Wellum • Interview • “The Moral Meaning of Loving One’s Neighbor”
February 27, 2023
ABOUT THE EPISODE
The world's meager idea of love as mutual affirmation pales in comparison to the robust view of love presented in Scripture. True love of neighbor refuses to uphold tacit lies, but instead seeks human flourishing lived out in God's ordered reality.
Timestamps to Know
Where do We Miss the Idea of ‘Loving One’s Neighbor’ Today? – 2:51
The Logic of Loving One’s Neighbor & The Idea of Reciprocity – 5:56
Working Out Moral Norms in a Society Against Christianity – 10:30
How Much Does our American Context Inform a Natural Law Argument? – 13:53
How Do We Argue What True Love Is in the Public Square? -19:43
Do We See Christians Making Moral Arguments From Scripture? – 26:03
More Practical Ways of Speaking in Public to the Culture – 34:23
The Recognition and Moral Persuasion of Judgment – 41:31
Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.
Editor-in-Chief: David Schrock • Theological Editors: Stephen Wellum, Ardel Caneday, Brad Green • Pastoral Editor: Trent Hunter • Managing Editor: Kevin McClure