Being “in love” and actual Christian love: How to tell the difference

Love and Limerence

There is one book that forever changed my perspective on the word “love,” a book that I’ve kept in my possession for about 13 years now (which is shown in the image above). While I was in college at Emory University, there was an elective that only a select few students were admitted to take each time it was offered—”Psychology of Love”—and I was one of those fortunate few who were allowed in. Continue reading

Before Terrorism, There Was Rome—for Christians, Just More of the Same

Before Terrorism There Was Rome

As the world watches in horror and dismay at the brutality displayed by modern-day terrorists, I cannot help but think to put this in perspective and recall to memory the slew of Christians who suffered similarly (or arguably worse) under the Roman Empire. Continue reading