GOD FATHER LOVES US FOR FREE
Keywords:New Testament, exegesis, John, Nicodemus
Nicodemus, a Jew, Pharisee and master of the Torah, believed to be in communion with God because of his qualities. In dialogue with Jesus (John 3:1-21), he discovers that God’s love is present from the beginning of the history: God loved us first (1John 4:19). But if a pious and loyal man like Nicodemus is not in full communion with God, then who? What for to be a believer and to practice a religion? Does the Law have sense? How should the human being behave when he is faced to the free love of God? These questions intends to answer the present article, with base in some biblical and theological annotations, which offer some guidelines for acting like Jesus of Nazareth, in the middle of our current reality.
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