Martin Bucer on General Love: A Brief Comment

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The words ‘in love’ allow of two senses: either of our kindness and love towards our neighbour through which imitating God himself as best we can through his Spirit dwelling within us, we eagerly do good to all men; or of the love of us in an objective sense, the love wherewith God has loved us–so that we have a further mention of the cause of our election, which is solely the boundless love of God with which he embraces us in his Son.

Martin Bucer, Common Places, Trans., and Ed., by D.F. Wright (England: The Sutton Courtenay Press, 1972), 113.

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