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The revelation of the mysteries behind love. All the commandments of God are based on the foundation of love and the key to solving all the problems of the world lies in the perfect understanding about love. "The Concept of Love" provides comprehensive answers to all the questions being asked by youths and adults about the interpretation of love and how to express love. It also reveals in simple ways, how to apply love in solving all the problems we face daily as individuals, a society and the world as a whole. Many innocent souls are perishing worldwide due to ignorance about love, a larger percentage of the world's population are deeply rooted in sin due to inability to properly interpret the greatest commandment of God, which is love. It is time to free our world from sin.

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    • Philip Notley dislikes this book.
      August 8, 2013

      There is no clear argument as to why anything in the Bible should be regarded as true and no real understanding or critical examination of the biblical statements that are used. In addition, there are no explanations of what the author or anyone one else may mean by the word Love.

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