from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Brotherly affection.
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Though the Seventh were not notoriously deadly, in the war that followed, only the shortest of memories -- or, indeed, the most glowing of patriotism -- could have erased the brother-love, then and there bumpered down!
The one essential mark of fellowship was brother-love, which was not to be confined to the narrow limits of the Society, but that person was regarded the truest disciple of Christ who practised the neighbour-spirit in the broadest and most effective manner.
Christian neighbor-love is indeed designated as brother-love, and the members of the moral community are to regard each other as brethren, even as also Christ calls his disciples his brethren [John xx, 17; Heb. ii, 11] or his friends
I explained the consequences of your 'brother-love' morality, which they had been too innocently generous to understand.
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