George MacDonald on "Loving Thy Neighbor"


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Most of GMacD’s preceding sermon (from Unspoken Sermons vol. 1), on “The Hands of the Father” , can be found here on the boards. (Or, go here for a list of links for directly accessing all his published material for free from an American publisher, or to buy some nice hardback copies.)

To make better grammatic sense with the thread title, I have slightly retitled this sermon from “Love Thy Neighbor”.


George MacDonald on "Loving Thy Enemy"
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Incidentally, I would disagree that Jesus never spoke hyperbolically for poetic emphasis; but I agree with MacD complaining about interpreting this precept as hyperbole.


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Next sermon: “Love Thy Enemy”]