As the author explains in his introduction, no doubt more sermons have been given in this century on the love of God than on any other theme. Yet despite this fact, too few Christians have caught more than a glimpse of its reality and power. Though one of the most familiar passages of scripture, 1 Corinthians 13 is, possibly, one of the least understood.
In simple yet profound imagery, Keller shows how closely linked is a clear knowledge of Christ's character with an understanding of God's love.
"The Love Chapter"What It Really Means for Twentieth-Century Christians