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Love and Judgement

Aug 04 2002 • Greg Boyd

In this sermon series, Greg talks about Christ-like love, in contrast to “the knowledge of good and evil.” Love is central to the Christian faith. The Church is to display God’s love to the world. But we fail to do this primarily because we forget that we are unable to both love and judge our neighbor. He also dicusses the difference between judgment and discernment.

Sermons in this series:


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Judgment and Discernment

• Greg Boyd

Greg has been teaching us about love and judgment since April 14. This week we wrap up with a discussion on the difference between judgment and discernment.
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What Do You See?

• Greg Boyd

Greg started this week’s sermon with a reminder of how central love is to the Christian faith. The Church is to display God’s love to the world. But we fail to do this primarily because we forget that we are unable to both love and judge our neighbor.
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The Prostitute and the Pharisee

• Greg Boyd

Greg picked up where he left off about a month ago with the theme of love, which he has been contrasting to “the knowledge of good and evil.” He used the story of the woman who washed Jesus’ feet in the Pharisee’s house (read Luke 7:31-50) as an illustration of the difference between relating to others in love vs. relating to others through our own knowledge of good and evil.

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