Analysis Of C. S. Lewis 'The Four Loves'

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It is a story about God’s love and commitment to humankind; His response to man’s Disobedience; the power of God’s promise; and the High cost of Eternity (Jesus the Christ), as revealed in the Stories of Adam and Eve and throughout the New Testament.
During my speech, I will show the Love of God, Why man’s obedience to God is necessary because of the fall , and because of His promise we should have an understanding of God thoughts towards us and His desire that we would spend Eternity with God.

The Bible is the greatest story ever told, but it is still much more. It is a love story. It is the recorded history of God’s love and commitment to His people. The Bible reveals the mind and heart of God as He purposed it before the foundation
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I discovered “The Four Loves” in a book written by C.S. Lewis, which explores the nature of love from a Christian perspective. The content of the examination is prefaced by Lewis’ admits that he initially mistook St. John’s words “God is Love” as a simple beginning point to address the topic. There are two different kinds of love” “need love” (such as the love of a child for its mother” as distinguished from “gift-love” (epitomized by God’s love for humanity). Lewis happened upon the insight that the natures of even these basic categorizations of love are more complicated that they seem at first.

He prepares his topic by exploring the nature of pleasure, and then divides love into four categories (“the highest does not stand without the lowest”), based in part on the four Greek words for love: affection, friendship, Eros, and charity. Lewis states that just as Lucifer – a former archangel – perverted himself by pride and fell into depravity, so too can love – commonly held to be the arch-emotion – become corrupt by presuming it to be what it is

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