Kenneth M. Trexler (February, "Letters") indulges in what seems to be for some a very popular pastime—labeling someone “liberal” so their views can be trivialized, dismissed or demonized. Walter Bouman was one of my seminary professors, a dedicated and faithful teacher and one of the most truly Christian people I ever have met. Trexler also wonders about scriptural support for the concept of “unconditional love.” Tell him to try looking at Romans 8:38-39 just for starters. He is right about one thing, though—unconditional love is a dangerous concept. I believe it even got Jesus killed.
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