Love. People seem to talk a lot about love when there is much conflict, and there is much conflict these days. It’s post-Presidential election and the conflict has only gotten worse. We fight about whether we fight against terrorists or if we fight against various degrees of Islam, all of this in the name of love of country. Police are killing citizens, citizens are killing police, citizens are killing citizens. Some argue about which color lives matter while others say we need to just love one another, sometimes they say both at the same time. To top it all off, its football season. Lest you think that is an attempt at lightening the mood, which it is, it’s also the source of very serious conflict as long as players take a knee during the national anthem. Some people express their love for these players while other a profound lack of love. While studying to teach 2 Peter 1:2-11 which was written to Christians living in a world in conflict, I read about love. As I was pondering love, a new-to-me thought popped into my head; love, for its part, has no enemies.