Loves Me, Loves Me Not: The Ethics of Unrequited Love
It hurts when the one you love doesn't love you back. It's hard to be the object of someone's desires when you just don't feel the same way. How should Christians deal with these situations? There are hundreds of books describing how to build lasting relationships or how to lead a chaste life as a single person. There are very few books, however, describing how to deal with unrequited love. With Loves Me, Loves Me Not, Laura Smit fills this void.
Smit tackles this universal human experience with intelligence, sympathy, and wit. An accessible book, Loves Me, Loves Me Not will be an invaluable tool for youth pastors; singles group leaders; college students; and students of human sexuality, marriage and family, and Christian ethics.
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Loves Me, Loves Me Not: The Ethics of Unrequited LoveUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Unrequited love, a staple theme in fiction and film, has rarely been touched in nonfiction writings and even less often by ethicists or theologians. Smit (theology, Calvin Coll., Grand Rapids, MI) has ... Read full review
Review: Loves Me, Loves Me Not: The Ethics of Unrequited LoveUser Review - Carys Moseley - Goodreads
This is a unique and much-needed book for single Christians. Unrequited love, whether from the perspective of the lover or the beloved, is rarely discussed properly in Christian circles and almost ... Read full review