A Family Conversation: Love Your Neighbor As Yourself

“A Family Conversation” is a storytelling audio series that features weekly discussions between blogging cousins LadyG and Ron Brown on current events along with favorite posts from each other’s blog.
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Love is the Answer: New England Dan and John Ford Coley

Light of the world, shine on me
Love is the answer
Shine on us all, set us free
Love is the answer

Who knows why
Someday we all must die
We’re all homeless boys and girls
And we are never heard
It’s such a lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely world
People turn their heads and walk on by
Tell me, is it worth just another try?

Light of the world, shine on me
Love is the answer (let it shine)
Shine on us all, set us free
Love is the answer (you know the answer is love)

Songwriters: John Wilcox / Kasim Sulton / Roger Powell / Todd Rundgren Love Is the Answer lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc, Warner Chappell Music Inc

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This week, the cousins discuss LadyG’s post “What Jesus Are You Talking About?”

Pt 1

No bottom/Two Christianities?/Who is responsible?/Love God and your Neighbor/ Shortened Generations

Pt2

Cycle of abuse/Prevalent hypocrisy/Abominations/Single issue Candidates/How Christian is THAT?/Isaiah 45: King Cyrus

Pt3

Cannot NOT win/Games/Same storm /Stock Market vs The Economy/Patriarchy/The Big Man in The Sky/Omnipresent God

Pt4

A Group of Guys/That Ain’t in The Bible/Truth is Truth/Kneeling, Nationalism and Idolatry/Dissent is Patriotic 

6 thoughts on “A Family Conversation: Love Your Neighbor As Yourself

  1. G, I have to say, even though I’m technically not a ‘believer’ I still love a ton of things that are in the Bible – both Old and New. Especially things like the Golden Rule. My mom taught me that (don’t we owe our parents a **LOT**!!!) and it’s always governed my actions. Well, I’m only human, so maybe I slip up a bit now and then. 😉 😀

    If only those political Christians-in-name-only, those self-professed ‘evangelicals,’ could be as KIND as their saviour.

    Thank you for this wonderful post!

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    1. Hi Ellie 🙂
      Good to see you as always,
      I’m not a “believer” in the traditional sense either.
      Ron quoted someone as saying, and I am paraphrasing, Jesus is good—his followers are the problem.
      Thank you so much for always stopping by to support what we’re doing on the blog. ♥️

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