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  • I'd like to illume the reality of unconditional love; I'd also like to rebut the arguments of the Negative.

    "Unconditional love is not motivated by selfishness, thus it is being realized inasmuch as it is God's gift of love. Unfaithfulness is incongruous to love; thus, unfaithfulness is no relevance to love. Loving unconditionally is not loving someone regardless of his/her immorality. Unfaithfulness is contrary to the nature of love, and thus unfaithful ones are not subject to the substance of unconditional love. Unfaithfulness or immorality contradicts the essence of love: it does not mean that love is conditional, but the nature of love is really not to be compromised; should its contrary pervert love, then that is not love anymore but rather its contrary. Unconditional love is not a vow to swear that 'you will always love him/her even if he/she commits unfaithfulness to you; even if he/she does sexual immorality . . . . Definitely, it is a fallacy of contextomy: love is not indulging or condoning immorality; besides, it would be a paradoxical fallacy should we say that unconditional love can only transpire if and only if we love notwithstanding unfaithfulness. Wait, let me clarify that; it is not love anymore; that supposed love is just an illusion rather, inasmuch as it is compromised with immorality--which is contrary to its nature. Unfaithfulness and Sexual Immorality are impertinent and irrelevant to realizing the substance of unconditional love. Therefore, to conclude, 'loving regardless of unfaithfulness is not the context of unconditional love; but rather, it is about loving someone faithfully forevermore: in sickness and in pain; for better or for worse; whatever may happen, inasmuch as you believe that God is always in your love story--both of you will endure and realize the unfailing love that lasts forever.

    Love is a pragmatic principle; therefore, unconditional love is the manifestation of true love; it cannot be compromised by its contrary--inasmuch as its always categorical by form and substance."

  • I'd like to illume the reality of unconditional love; I'd also like to rebut the arguments of the Negative.

    "Unconditional love is not motivated by selfishness, thus it is being realized inasmuch as it is God's gift of love. Unfaithfulness is incongruous to love; thus, unfaithfulness is no relevance to love. Loving unconditionally is not loving someone regardless of his/her immorality. Unfaithfulness is contrary to the nature of love, and thus unfaithful ones are not subject to the substance of unconditional love. Unfaithfulness or immorality contradicts the essence of love: it does not mean that love is conditional, but the nature of love is really not to be compromised; should its contrary pervert love, then that is not love anymore but rather its contrary. Unconditional love is not a vow to swear that 'you will always love him/her even if he/she commits unfaithfulness to you; even if he/she does sexual immorality . . . . Definitely, it is a fallacy of contextomy: love is not indulging or condoning immorality; besides, it would be a paradoxical fallacy should we say that unconditional love can only transpire if and only if we love notwithstanding unfaithfulness. Wait, let me clarify that; it is not love anymore; that supposed love is just an illusion rather, inasmuch as it is compromised with immorality--which is contrary to its nature. Unfaithfulness and Sexual Immorality are impertinent and irrelevant to realizing the substance of unconditional love. Therefore, to conclude, 'loving regardless of unfaithfulness is not the context of unconditional love; but rather, it is about loving someone faithfully forevermore: in sickness and in pain; for better or for worse; whatever may happen, inasmuch as you believe that God is always in your love story--both of you will endure and realize the unfailing love that lasts forever.

    Love is a pragmatic principle; therefore, unconditional love is the manifestation of true love; it cannot be compromised by its contrary--inasmuch as its always categorical by form and substance."

  • I'd like to illume the reality of unconditional love; I'd also like to rebut the arguments of the Negative.

    "Unconditional love is not motivated by selfishness, thus it is being realized inasmuch as it is God's gift of love. Unfaithfulness is incongruous to love; thus, unfaithfulness is no relevance to love. Loving unconditionally is not loving someone regardless of his/her immorality. Unfaithfulness is contrary to the nature of love, and thus unfaithful ones are not subject to the substance of unconditional love. Unfaithfulness or immorality contradicts the essence of love: it does not mean that love is conditional, but the nature of love is really not to be compromised; should its contrary pervert love, then that is not love anymore but rather its contrary. Unconditional love is not a vow to swear that 'you will always love him/her even if he/she commits unfaithfulness to you; even if he/she does sexual immorality . . . . Definitely, it is a fallacy of contextomy: love is not indulging or condoning immorality; besides, it would be a paradoxical fallacy should we say that unconditional love can only transpire if and only if we love notwithstanding unfaithfulness. Wait, let me clarify that; it is not love anymore; that supposed love is just an illusion rather, inasmuch as it is compromised with immorality--which is contrary to its nature. Unfaithfulness and Sexual Immorality are impertinent and irrelevant to realizing the substance of unconditional love. Therefore, to conclude, 'loving regardless of unfaithfulness is not the context of unconditional love; but rather, it is about loving someone faithfully forevermore: in sickness and in pain; for better or for worse; whatever may happen, inasmuch as you believe that God is always in your love story--both of you will endure and realize the unfailing love that lasts forever.

    Love is a pragmatic principle; therefore, unconditional love is the manifestation of true love; it cannot be compromised by its contrary--inasmuch as its always categorical by form and substance."

  • I'd like to to illume the reality that there is unconditional love. I'd also like to rebut the arguments of the Negative.

    "Unconditional love is not motivated by selfishness, thus it is being realized inasmuch as it is God's gift of love. Unfaithfulness is incongruous to love; thus, unfaithfulness is no relevance to love. Loving unconditionally is not loving someone regardless of his/her immorality. Unfaithfulness is contrary to the nature of love, and thus unfaithful ones are not subject to the substance of unconditional love. Unfaithfulness or immorality contradicts the essence of love: it does not mean that love is conditional, but the nature of love is really not to be compromised; should its contrary pervert love, then that is not love anymore but rather its contrary. Unconditional love is not a vow to swear that 'you will always love him/her even if he/she commits unfaithfulness to you; even if he/she does sexual immorality . . . . Definitely, it is a fallacy of contextomy: love is not indulging or condoning immorality; besides, it would be a paradoxical fallacy should we say that unconditional love can only transpire if and only if we love notwithstanding unfaithfulness. Wait, let me clarify that; it is not love anymore; that supposed love is just an illusion rather, inasmuch as it is compromised with immorality--which is contrary to its nature. Unfaithfulness and Sexual Immorality are impertinent and irrelevant to realizing the substance of unconditional love. Therefore, to conclude, 'loving regardless of unfaithfulness is not the context of unconditional love; but rather, it is about loving someone faithfully forevermore: in sickness and in pain; for better or for worse; whatever may happen, inasmuch as you believe that God is always in your love story--both of you will endure and realize the unfailing love that lasts forever.

    Love is a pragmatic principle; therefore, unconditional love is the manifestation of true love; it cannot be compromised by its contrary--inasmuch as its always categorical by form and substance."

  • I'd like to illume the reality that there is unconditional love. Meanwhile, I'd like to rebut the Negative.

    "Unconditional love is not motivated by selfishness, thus it is being realized inasmuch as it is God's gift of love. Unfaithfulness is incongruous to love; thus, unfaithfulness is no relevance to love. Loving unconditionally is not loving someone regardless of his/her immorality. Unfaithfulness is contrary to the nature of love, and thus unfaithful ones are not subject to the substance of unconditional love. Unfaithfulness or immorality contradicts the essence of love: it does not mean that love is conditional, but the nature of love is really not to be compromised; should its contrary pervert love, then that is not love anymore but rather its contrary. Unconditional love is not a vow to swear that 'you will always love him/her even if he/she commits unfaithfulness to you; even if he/she does sexual immorality . . . . Definitely, it is a fallacy of contextomy: love is not indulging or condoning immorality; besides, it would be a paradoxical fallacy should we say that unconditional love can only transpire if and only if we love notwithstanding unfaithfulness. Wait, let me clarify that; it is not love anymore; that supposed love is just an illusion rather, inasmuch as it is compromised with immorality--which is contrary to its nature. Unfaithfulness and Sexual Immorality are impertinent and irrelevant to realizing the substance of unconditional love. Therefore, to conclude, 'loving regardless of unfaithfulness is not the context of unconditional love; but rather, it is about loving someone faithfully forevermore: in sickness and in pain; for better or for worse; whatever may happen, inasmuch as you believe that God is always in your love story--both of you will endure and realize the unfailing love that lasts forever.

    Love is a pragmatic principle; therefore, unconditional love is the manifestation of true love; it cannot be compromised by its contrary--inasmuch as its always categorical by form and substance."

  • I'd like to rebut the arguments of the Negative.

    "Unconditional love is not motivated by selfishness, thus it is being realized inasmuch as it is God's gift of love. Unfaithfulness is incongruous to love; thus, unfaithfulness is no relevance to love. Loving unconditionally is not loving someone regardless of his/her immorality. Unfaithfulness is contrary to the nature of love, and thus unfaithful ones are not subject to the substance of unconditional love. Unfaithfulness or immorality contradicts the essence of love: it does not mean that love is conditional, but the nature of love is really not to be compromised; should its contrary pervert love, then that is not love anymore but rather its contrary. Unconditional love is not a vow to swear that 'you will always love him/her even if she commits unfaithfulness to you; even if she/does sexual immorality. It is a fallacy of contextomy: love is not indulging or condoning immorality. Besides, it would be a paradoxical fallacy should we say that unconditional love can only transpire if and only if we love notwithstanding unfaithfulness. Unfaithfulness and Sexual Immorality are impertinent and irrelevant to realizing the substance of unconditional love. Therfore, to conclude, 'loving regardless of unfaithfulness is not the context of unconditional love; but, it's about loving someone faithfully forevermore.
    Love is a pragmatic principle; therefore, unconditional love is the manifestation of true love; it cannot be compromised by its contrary--inasmuch as its always categorical by form and substance."

  • Yes, it is natural and critical.

    The love between a parent and a child is the most clear and easily discussed form of unconditional love. This kind of love uses additional parts of the brain. It is the idea that we don't love something because of how it benefits us, but because of its own nature. This is the love we feel for people we have come to know and understand in a truly spiritual way. Sometimes when the ones we love make mistakes to such a degree that we can no longer be with them; cheating, a crime, etc., but that doesn't mean we always stop loving them. Sometimes we love someone or something simply because of what it is- that is unconditional love.

  • Yes, they are.

    Humans are very much capable of unconditional love. A mother and a father love their children no matter what. It would be unfair to say what they feel for their kids is anything but unconditional love. Married couples are also very much capable of this. When you spend years together you create a specific bond with that person because you love them so much for who they are, and it remains unconditional.

  • I believe humans are capable of unconditional love.

    I can throw around many samples of unconditional love. A mother or father love their children through thick or thin. They can run away from home, fail in school, or tell their parents they hate them. Yet, the parent still loves them. An elderly couple, celebrating their 50th anniversary have unconditional love. A woman can lose her youth and beauty. She can lose her pretty figure, but her husband will love her to the end.

  • Yes, they are capable of unconditional love.

    Humans are very much capable of unconditional love. A wonderful example of this is how many parents have unconditional love for their children. They love them for years no matter what happens. Even when they may fight, or argue, or not listen to them parents are still around to give love and show support to their children.

  • No, we're not

    We're all selfish at the end. We want what makes up happy and we do things that make us happy. The only reason we want love is because it makes us happy not because we truly someone. Love is not a feeling but an idea. Love is just an illusion.

  • No, we're not

    We're all selfish at the end. We want what makes up happy and we do things that make us happy. The only reason we want love is because it makes us happy not because we truly someone. Love is not a feeling but an idea. Love is just an illusion.

  • No, we aren't.

    Even with a parent and child there is always a way to not love that child anymore. When you give up on that child because that child has done so much wrong and there is no way you can help anymore, that is not unconditional love. Some may argue that you can be disappointed, or give up on someone and still love them, but that's not true. Everyone, no matter who it is, has a breaking point. That breaking point, no matter who you are or your relation, is the end. Love is not unconditional. Love is circumstantial and dependent.

  • God is Love

    Romans 3:10 As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one

    Since none are righteous, none can love, therefore none can love unconditionally.

    1 John 4:8 He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love.

    God is Love.

    Since God is love, we can restate 1 John 4:8 as: He that (expresses God not) knoweth not God. Love does not come from human beings, but from God. God's expression of love to us is his Word (who is Jesus Christ). For it is written John 1: In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

    The only way a human can express love is to express (or share) the Word of God (the Gospel). Thus, love does not come from us but from God through the Word of God.

    We are earthen vessels, some for honour and some for dishonour. God expresses His love through those who are vessels of honour because these vessels have been purged and set aside for the sharing of the Word of God.

  • Love is imaginary.

    I'm afraid not. Unconditional love is irrational. What humans call love is romanticized mutual desire that remains present over a long period of time. Unconditional love doesn't have a reason, and people always want each other for a reason, otherwise they wouldn't want each other at all, would they now?

  • No we are not

    An example of this is the fact that when a couple falls in love, they fall in love and love each other for a reason, unconditional love does not need a reason. A husband and wife do not love one another irrespective of what they do, if a wife cheats on her husband or vice versa the love between them is dead.


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