Maybe, if that love is more than warm fuzzies.
It would take a much larger concept of love than what many of us learned as children from the world around us: a love that works hard, lasts, is healthy, is balanced, and leaves everyone better than it found them.
I recently spent a weekend camping and doing a ropes course with the our youth group. And love was their discussion topic.
The discussion in a nutshell:
We talked about what love is - 1 Corinthians 13: 1- 13
and what the ultimate expression of it is- John 3:16
and how to truly love someone we have to share it- Mark 16:15
This is Christianity, basically.
But, I can honestly say, I believe those simple verses. I could care less how hokey it seems. Every time I submit and say, "Okay, I will love this person, even if it kills me, because You told me to. Please help me love them, God," He does. The course that love takes will be different for different people, but it never fails. Sometimes they appreciate it, sometimes they don't, but that's not my problem.
(day 92)Good times.