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What is Eros Philia and agape?

Philia is the love we feel for our friends, family, and things. It's a love that is dispassionate, that can be applied to animals as well as activities. This is the basic kind (MORE)

What is agape in aramaic?

Agape is Greek. There is no Greek in Aramaic. I assume you want to know what the word translated "agape" in John 14:21. " מן דאית לותה פוקדני ונטר להו (MORE)
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What is the meaning of agape?

Agape means Love... its a Greek language word. Greeks had 3 different words for LOVE... "eros" " philios " and " agape" It is a Greek word translated into English meaning lov (MORE)

Easy Guide to Treating a Yard for Mosquitos

Tiny but dangerous, the mosquito has a sting and a drone powerful enough to drive even the strongest indoors. Fight back with a strategic mosquito treatment for your yard. By (MORE)

How to Install a Backyard Waterfall

The look and sound of flowing water is appealing in any landscape. You can build your own backyard waterfall in a weekend. Choose from a cascading style that tumbles water ove (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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What is the Origin of agape?

  My theory of how agape came to have its current meaning in Koine as opposed to its meaning in classical Greek is from this famous oath of Alexander the Great. It sort (MORE)

Where in the Bible does it mention agape?

Another answer from our community:John 3:16. "For God so loved the  world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in  him shall not perish but have eternal (MORE)

Why is AGAP low?

Usually when AGAP is low, this is an indication that albumin is low  and immunoglobulins are increased. AGAP stands for anion gap on an  electrolyte test result.
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How do you use disambiguation in a sentence?

The word "disambiguation" is a noun, a word for wording that  has undergone clarification, from which ambiguity has been removed.   A noun is used as the subject of a sen (MORE)