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5 kinds of love

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5 kinds of love

  1. 1. 5 Kinds of Love Tania Jason Goldhie
  2. 2. Agape  In Greece it means charity  Love that brings forth caring regardless of the circumstance  Greatest of loves, a Christian virtue  Example: God‟s love
  3. 3. Storge  In Greece it means affection  It is a family love  Fondness through familiarity, especially between family members or people who have otherwise found themselves together by chance  The most natural (present without coercion), emotive (the result of fondness due to familiarity) and widely diffused of loves (pays the least attention to “valuable” characteristics)
  4. 4. Phileo  In Greece it means friendship  It is love between friends  Type of love that most Christians practice toward each other  “The least biological, organic, instinctive, gregarious and necessary of our Loves” The Four Loves by C.S. Lewis  Example: David and Jonathan
  5. 5. Eros  In Greece it means sensual love  Love in the sense of „being in love‟  Causes attraction and infatuation  Usually associated to lust
  6. 6. Koinonia  In Greece it means fellowship, sharing in common, communion  Christian fellowship is a key aspect of the Chrsitian life  Believers in Christ are to come together in love, faith and encouragement  Being in agreement with one another, being united in purpose and serving alongside each other