Eros is a lasting union of hearts, minds, bodies, and souls. It is therefore the highest form of love and contains elements of agape and phileo loves. True eros is not infatuation or lust. It always results in marriage, with one’s spouse on earth and with Jesus Christ in heaven. Earthly marriage is the best representation of the holy relationship between Jesus and his bride, the church.

Written works 

Bible: Genesis 2, 24, 29-30; Ruth 1-4, 1 Samuel 25, 2 Samuel 11-12, Esther 2, 5-6; Psalm 45, Song of Solomon 1-8, Hosea 1-3, Ephesians 5, Revelation 19

Anne Bradstreet: “To My Dear and Loving Husband”

John Donne: “Holy Sonnet XIV,” “The Canonization”

George Herbert: “Love (III)”


“Amazing Love: The Story of Hosea” (2012)

“Love Comes Softly” (2003)

“The Story of Ruth” (1960)

“When Calls the Heart” (2013)




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