This book is the result of a "disturbing trend" within The Church (The body of true believers) to be increasingly molded by the world's concept of what Christians are to be like, especially in the area of love. There is far more to love than what we read in 1st Corinthians chapter 13. By ignoring the more difficult aspects of love requiring "teaching, correction, reproof, rebuke, and training in righteousness," as we are told The Word of God is good for, and are commanded to do in Scripture, we not only fail to love one another as Jesus loves us, but we fail to show Godly love to the world. If we are to use scripture to define "Love," we need to examine how God, Who is love, acts out His love; how He speaks about His love. When we ask, "what would Jesus do?" we need first to look at what Jesus did, not imagine what He would do, if we are to answer the question properly. Otherwise, we may wind up loving them into hell instead of into heaven. This book is written to introduce some, and re-introduce others, to that full spectrum, including the more difficult aspects of love, and how we should properly use them. Love according to how God, Who is love, tells us to love, and demonstrates by His actions, what love is, and His love for us. John Pierson has been a speaker, and participated in debates, group discussions, and conducted seminars and teachings in regard to cults, creation vs. evolution, Trinity, the deity of Christ, the Bible as the Word of God, aberrant theology, and many other topics across the country. He has also hosted a call in talk radio program called "The Christian War Room" which focused on Christian Apologetics.