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  • adjective Characteristic of agape

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Examples

  • These scriptural images imply that God isn't impassive, and that his love for us is not exclusively agapeic.

    Warranted Christian Belief

  • The bridegroom rejoicing over his bride doesn't love her with a merely agapeic love.

    Warranted Christian Belief

  • For in the cross, God's interruption of 'history' and the very grace by which we are given to live vulnerably in history, by way of the excess of God's agapeic love which comes ever anew from

    Faith and Theology

  • For in the cross, God's interruption of 'history' and the very grace by which we are given to live vulnerably in history, by way of the excess of God's agapeic love which comes ever anew from

    Faith and Theology

  • For in the cross, God's interruption of 'history' and the very grace by which we are given to live vulnerably in history, by way of the excess of God's agapeic love which comes ever anew from

    Faith and Theology

  • For in the cross, God's interruption of 'history' and the very grace by which we are given to live vulnerably in history, by way of the excess of God's agapeic love which comes ever anew from

    Faith and Theology

  • For in the cross, God's interruption of 'history' and the very grace by which we are given to live vulnerably in history, by way of the excess of God's agapeic love which comes ever anew from

    Faith and Theology

  • For in the cross, God's interruption of 'history' and the very grace by which we are given to live vulnerably in history, by way of the excess of God's agapeic love which comes ever anew from

    Faith and Theology

  • For in the cross, God's interruption of 'history' and the very grace by which we are given to live vulnerably in history, by way of the excess of God's agapeic love which comes ever anew from

    Faith and Theology

  • For in the cross, God's interruption of 'history' and the very grace by which we are given to live vulnerably in history, by way of the excess of God's agapeic love which comes ever anew from

    Faith and Theology

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