The modern world, in its crazy rush to eroticize everything, has been profoundly destructive of the sort of love called "friendship."
Eros, of course, has a real place in human relationships. It has rightly been the subject of song and story for as long as there have been people. Indeed, Genesis honors eros by pointing out the sacredness of the command to "be fruitful and multiply." God is tickled pink when man and woman fall in love and get married. That’s why he invented marriage: so that the union and fruitfulness of sex would find expression in man and woman with their children, made in the image and likeness of a Trinitarian God.
In fact, the whole thing is so sacred that Jesus...READ MORE