Columns from Tabletalk Magazine, March 2018
The March issue of Tabletalk addresses what it means to love our neighbors. When our Lord was asked to identify the great commandment in the law of God, He responded by naming two commandments. The great and first commandment is to love God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength, and the second commandment is like it: to love our neighbors as we love ourselves (Matt. 22:34–40). The essence of Christian piety is to love God and neighbor. While believers often understand the importance of loving God, we often have a harder time showing true love to our neighbors. This issue reminds believers of their high calling to love their neighbors and provide practical guidance for loving our neighbors as we love ourselves.
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- Who Is My Neighbor and Why Should I Love Him? by David Owen Filson
- Loving Ourselves by Deepak Reju
- Loving Our Family by Joel R. Beeke
- Loving the Church by Jonathan Leeman
- Loving Our Communities by David S. Apple
- Loving the Unlovely by David Matsche
- Christ and the Love of Neighbor by J.R. Vassar
- Enabled to Love by Burk Parsons
- The Slow Burn of Bitterness by Nancy Guthrie
- Training Children in Worship by Daniel R. Hyde
- Resisting the Spirit of the Age by Matthew P.W. Roberts
- Reformed Theology in Latin America by Miguel Núñez
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Here’s a preview of what’s coming up in Tabletalk over the coming months:
The April issue will consider the nature of false teaching while helping laypeople and church leaders prevent error from seeping into their churches.
Disappointment, Failure, and Hope
The May issue will look at the twin themes of disappointment and hope from a biblical perspective, encouraging readers to approach disappointment from a biblically realistic perspective that recognizes its reality while seeing it in light of the everlasting hope we have in our Savior.
The June issue will look at what discipleship entails and at the behavior of Christian disciples that we may grow in faithfulness to our Lord and in making disciples of all nations.
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