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Liu, Q. (2007). ON A PARADOX OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. Journal Of Religious Ethics, 35(4), 681-694. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00326.x

The author compares and contrasts loving God and loving his or her neighbor. Although the two greatest commands have inspired Christians to do many humanitarian acts for Christians and non-Christians alike, the author argues that they may also pose a paradox, because, he argues, only by loving God at greater importance than loving the neighbor can allow the Christian to successfully distinguish neighborly love from other (non-Christian religions) religions. Therefore, I think the source would be adequate enough to be used as support for my answer to a particular question, because that question asks when would it be appropriate for the Christian to hate a person.

Although the question may sound like a truth-seeking question, I think it can be answered with proper academic sources.

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I want to use the following source for a question.

Liu, Q. (2007). ON A PARADOX OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. Journal Of Religious Ethics, 35(4), 681-694. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00326.x

The author compares and contrasts loving God and loving his or her neighbor. Although the two greatest commands have inspired Christians to do many humanitarian acts for Christians and non-Christians alike, the author argues that they may also pose a paradox, because, he argues, only by loving God at greater importance than loving the neighbor can allow the Christian to successfully distinguish neighborly love from other (non-Christian religions). Therefore, I think the source would be adequate enough to be used as support for my answer to a particular question, because that question asks when would it be appropriate for the Christian to hate a person.

Although the question may sound like a truth-seeking question, I think it can be answered with proper academic sources.

Broadly speaking, is this website exclusively limited to denominational opinions, or are some academics' opinions allowed to enter?

I want to use the following source for a question.

Liu, Q. (2007). ON A PARADOX OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. Journal Of Religious Ethics, 35(4), 681-694. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00326.x

The author compares and contrasts loving God and loving his or her neighbor. Although the two greatest commands have inspired Christians to do many humanitarian acts for Christians and non-Christians alike, the author argues that they may also pose a paradox, because, he argues, only by loving God at greater importance than loving the neighbor can allow the Christian to successfully distinguish neighborly love from other (non-Christian) religions. Therefore, I think the source would be adequate enough to be used as support for my answer to a particular question, because that question asks when would it be appropriate for the Christian to hate a person.

Although the question may sound like a truth-seeking question, I think it can be answered with proper academic sources.

Broadly speaking, is this website exclusively limited to denominational opinions, or are some academics' opinions allowed to enter?

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I want to use the following source for a question.

Liu, Q. (2007). ON A PARADOX OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. Journal Of Religious Ethics, 35(4), 681-694. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00326.x

The author compares and contrasts loving God and loving his or her neighbor. Although the two greatest commands have inspired Christians to do many humanitarian acts for Christians and non-Christians alike, the author argues that they may also pose a paradox, because, he argues, only by loving God at greater importance than loving the neighbor can allow the Christian to successfully distinguish neighborly love from other (non-Christian) religions). Therefore, I think the source would be adequate enough to be used as support for my answer to a particular question, because that question asks when would it be appropriate for the Christian to hate a person.

Although the question may sound like a truth-seeking question, I think it can be answered with proper academic sources.

Broadly speaking, is this website exclusively limited to denominational opinions, or are some academics' opinions allowed to enter?

I want to use the following source for a question.

Liu, Q. (2007). ON A PARADOX OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. Journal Of Religious Ethics, 35(4), 681-694. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00326.x

The author compares and contrasts loving God and loving his or her neighbor. Although the two greatest commands have inspired Christians to do many humanitarian acts for Christians and non-Christians alike, the author argues that they may also pose a paradox, because, he argues, only by loving God at greater importance than loving the neighbor can allow the Christian to successfully distinguish neighborly love from other (non-Christian) religions). Therefore, I think the source would be adequate enough to be used as support for a particular question, because that question asks when would it be appropriate for the Christian to hate a person.

Although the question may sound like a truth-seeking question, I think it can be answered with proper academic sources.

Broadly speaking, is this website exclusively limited to denominational opinions, or are some academics' opinions allowed to enter?

I want to use the following source for a question.

Liu, Q. (2007). ON A PARADOX OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. Journal Of Religious Ethics, 35(4), 681-694. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00326.x

The author compares and contrasts loving God and loving his or her neighbor. Although the two greatest commands have inspired Christians to do many humanitarian acts for Christians and non-Christians alike, the author argues that they may also pose a paradox, because, he argues, only by loving God at greater importance than loving the neighbor can allow the Christian to successfully distinguish neighborly love from other (non-Christian religions). Therefore, I think the source would be adequate enough to be used as support for my answer to a particular question, because that question asks when would it be appropriate for the Christian to hate a person.

Although the question may sound like a truth-seeking question, I think it can be answered with proper academic sources.

Broadly speaking, is this website exclusively limited to denominational opinions, or are some academics' opinions allowed to enter?

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I want to use the following source for a question.

Liu, Q. (2007). ON A PARADOX OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. Journal Of Religious Ethics, 35(4), 681-694. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00326.x

The author compares and contrasts loving God and loving his or her neighbor. Although the two greatest commands have inspired Christians to do many humanitarian acts for Christians and non-Christians alike, the author argues that they may also pose a paradox, because, he argues, only by loving God at greater importance than loving the neighbor can allow the Christian to successfully distinguish neighborly love from other (non-Christian) religions). Therefore, I think the source would be adequate enough to be used as support for a particular question, because that question asks when would it be appropriate for the Christian to hate a person.

Although the question may sound like a truth-seeking question, I think it can be answered with proper academic sources.

Broadly speaking, is this website exclusively limited to denominational opinions, or are some academics' opinions allowed to enter?

I want to use the following source for a question.

Liu, Q. (2007). ON A PARADOX OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. Journal Of Religious Ethics, 35(4), 681-694. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00326.x

The author compares and contrasts loving God and loving his or her neighbor. Although the two greatest commands have inspired Christians to do many humanitarian acts for Christians and non-Christians alike, the author argues that they may also pose a paradox, because, he argues, only by loving God at greater importance than loving the neighbor can allow the Christian to successfully distinguish neighborly love from other (non-Christian) religions). Therefore, I think the source would be adequate enough to be used as support for a particular question, because that question asks when would it be appropriate for the Christian to hate a person.

Although the question may sound like a truth-seeking question, I think it can be answered with proper academic sources.

I want to use the following source for a question.

Liu, Q. (2007). ON A PARADOX OF CHRISTIAN LOVE. Journal Of Religious Ethics, 35(4), 681-694. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00326.x

The author compares and contrasts loving God and loving his or her neighbor. Although the two greatest commands have inspired Christians to do many humanitarian acts for Christians and non-Christians alike, the author argues that they may also pose a paradox, because, he argues, only by loving God at greater importance than loving the neighbor can allow the Christian to successfully distinguish neighborly love from other (non-Christian) religions). Therefore, I think the source would be adequate enough to be used as support for a particular question, because that question asks when would it be appropriate for the Christian to hate a person.

Although the question may sound like a truth-seeking question, I think it can be answered with proper academic sources.

Broadly speaking, is this website exclusively limited to denominational opinions, or are some academics' opinions allowed to enter?

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