Faith and Hope and (so) Love

Author:
Andrew Sloane
Date:
July 5, 2024
Type:

A thoughtful article written by Andrew Sloane from Morling College, Sydney, where he is Director of Postgraduate Studies and Lecturer in Old Testament and Christian Thought, for CASE (The Centre for Christian Apologetics, Scholarship & Education).

"We talk a lot about love. It’s fundamental to Christian and ‘secular’ discourse about issues as diverse as refugee policy, bioethics and marriage law.

But often faith is seen as the enemy of love, a source of bigotry and xenophobic violence, and hope is left out of the picture entirely. So, let me swim against this tide of opinion, and suggest that love needs faith to ground it, and hope to sustain it."

https://www.case.edu.au/blogs/case-subscription-library/faith-and-hope-and-so-love

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