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Theology, Anthropology & Archaeology => Theology With Lori Bolinger (CLICK HERE) => Topic started by: Lori Bolinger on October 31, 2020, 10:56:04 am

Title: Is it agape Love?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on October 31, 2020, 10:56:04 am
So in another thread, I have been accused of NOT Loving for calling something what it is.  Based on I Cor. 13 which lists the characteristics of the Love we are all called to live out, was Jesus Loving when He called the Pharisees "whitewashed tombs"? or when He overthrew the money changers?  Or when He was talking to Peter, and said, "get behind me Satan"?  Be prepared to defend your answer because if you haven't yet figured it out, I love to ask questions.
Title: Re: Is it agape Love?
Post by: Bladerunner on October 31, 2020, 06:39:32 pm
So in another thread, I have been accused of NOT Loving for calling something what it is.  Based on I Cor. 13 which lists the characteristics of the Love we are all called to live out, was Jesus Loving when He called the Pharisees "whitewashed tombs"? or when He overthrew the money changers?  Or when He was talking to Peter, and said, "get behind me Satan"?  Be prepared to defend your answer because if you haven't yet figured it out, I love to ask questions.

While I will not jump in here....it will be interesting to see what others consider "AGAPE"
Title: Re: Is it agape Love?
Post by: patrick jane on January 06, 2021, 10:06:38 pm
 :)
Title: Re: Is it agape Love?
Post by: Lori Bolinger on January 07, 2021, 07:25:53 am
I say, yes those are acts of Love because they were acts that were intended to bring about eternal reconciliation.