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Christian view philosophy
Jesus point of teachings
Matthew, chapter five, verses 43-48, Jesus taught about the love for enemies and
neighbors. Jesus' main point is a universal love for all people; He taught that people should love
one another, regardless of differences. The point of Jesus was correcting the old believe that a
person should only love who love them back. Contrarily, Jesus taught that people should love
those who hate them and pray for them. Jesus' teaching on love is for universal love, which is the
example set by God the Father, whose Sun shines "on the evil and the good" Matthew 5; 45.
The relevance of Jesus teachings on other worldviews
Jesus' teachings on love for enemies are relevant to other worldviews as well. Some
people, including non-Christian believers, believe in forgiveness, even if they do not know the
Gospel of loving enemies. The teaching is contradicting to some other worldviews including the
judicial system. The judicial systems do not...
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