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Agape and Phileo: A Study

#644 – November 8, 2009

Many times when we expose tradition, we think that our job is finished. The hard part is finding out what is right. We must study the scriptures to the end that we understand what God is saying. This study looks at the Greek words agape and phileo. Does agape mean “the love of God” and phileo “human love”? Or are they synonymous? If neither, then what do they mean? (Tom Burke)

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Verses referenced:

John 3:16
1 John 3:1
Luke 6:32
Luke 7:2
Matthew 23:4
Luke 7:3
Luke 7:4
Luke 7:5
2 Peter 2:15
John 5:20
Luke 11:43
Matthew 23:2
Matthew 23:3
Matthew 23:5
Matthew 23:6
Luke 20:45
Luke 20:46
John 21:14
John 21:15
John 21:17
Matthew 6:24
John 3:19
John 12:42
John 12:43
Revelation 12:11
1 John 2:15
2 Timothy 4:8
2 Timothy 4:10
Galatians 5:22
Ephesians 5:1
Ephesians 5:2
John 3:16
1 John 3:1
Luke 6:32
Luke 7:2
Luke 7:3
Luke 7:4
Luke 7:5
2 Peter 2:15
John 5:20
Luke 11:43
Luke 11:43
Matthew 23:2
Matthew 23:3
Matthew 23:4
Matthew 23:5
Matthew 23:6
Luke 20:45
Luke 20:46
John 21:14
John 21:15
John 21:16
John 21:17
Matthew 6:24
John 3:19
John 12:42
John 12:43
Revelation 12:11
1 John 2:15
2 Timothy 4:8
2 Timothy 4:10
Galatians 5:22
Ephesians 5:1
Ephesians 5:2