We constantly hear the mantra that love is love, but what exactly is love? Today, many think “love” means to affirm the beliefs, desires, and even behaviors of a given person. According to this view, one must validate and positively state that same-sex attraction, or one’s desire to become the opposite sex, are good in order truly to love someone with such desires. Therefore, those who do not positively state that such desires are good are accused of “hate speech,” “intolerance,” being “unloving,” or worse.

This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with Journal author Adam Tucker about his Postmodern Realities article from 39:6 entitled,“Love Is Love, or Is It?” 

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