. . . Providing an Articulate, Intelligent Voice in Defending Biblical Christianity in the Public Square

Q: Hello Dr. Craig, I was recently reading your "Love and Justice in The Trinity" question response.
Specifically you state: "My argument is that it's not enough to think of love as a mere dispositional property, the disposition to love if some other person were to exist. Being loving is not merely the disposition to give oneself away to another if that other existed. Being loving involves actually giving oneself away to another. So this disposition cannot lie merely latent in God and never be actualized."