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agape

(ă-ga′pā, a′gă-pā″) [Gr. agapē, love]
Unselfish, unconditional love for another, without sexual or romantic feelings.
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Auden's interpretation of the honest lover's offer to be the servant of the beloved suggests that in a romantic relationship eros and agape always coexist; even a rake must pay lip-service to agape.
If agape-the inner-trinitarian love opened up to human participation in Jesus and his Spiritacis the beginning and end of Christian faith and living, then it is agape that must provide the final criteria for Christian reflection on sexuality and gender.
On the other hand, Agape has an agreement with Syscon-PlantStar in South Bend, Ind.
I could see my neighbor's face at his kitchen window, his eyes bugged out and his mouth agape.
LOS ANGELES -- The Herbalife Family Foundation (HFF), a non-profit organization committed to helping children at risk, provided a grant to the Pondok Kasih Agape Orphanage in Jakarta, Indonesia to improve nutrition for children living at the orphanage.
Official statements show the Agape for All Nations church - founded by Masocha and run as a charity - raised almost PS4million in the past four years.
Kinser, on behalf of their client Agape Resource and Assistance Center, Inc.
Over the last two decades, many have come to the Agape Community to pray, meditate and learn how to make the world a less brutal place in which to live.
Agape is more an act of will than of feeling, but is never without feeling.
GOALKEEPER David Harper was the hero as Ballygowan progressed to the second round of the Billy Allen shield courtesy of a penalty shoot-out win over Agape.
More than 100 men, women, and children raised $9,900 to help finance the new Agape Home, which will be built at the corner of Holly and F streets.