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Love & romance can be separated, yet is there a place for romance in Christian marriage? A Christian may choose romance, but not base relationship on it. Some Christians have a very positive view of romance: Charles Williams (an Oxford Christian with C. S. Lewis) Love is seeing glory in a person that resides in all people. Must be checked by intellect. Marriage is contest for experimenting with how to better love spouse. (Can be harder to have romantic feelings about spouse – see them at both best and worst)
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Unformatted text preview: C.S. Lewis – said romantic feelings on earth are only dim reflection of heaven (like candle compared with blazing sun). Heaven = deeply in love with everyone 24 hours/day. (A bit like Moslem view of heaven) How to Fall Out of Love Rollo May Erich Fromm M. Scott Peck Favorite love songs? What to do they say? [Curtis Steigers] Genuine Love 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Immature/Sick Imitation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 Males tend to:...
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