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Title: 'Agape' in I Coorinthians XIII : part 2
Authors: Vella, Arthur G.
Keywords: Agape
Love -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Love in literature
Apocryphal Gospels -- Criticism, interpretation, etc
Issue Date: 1966
Publisher: The Royal University Students' Theological Association
Citation: Vella, A. G. (1966). 'Agape' in I Coorinthians XIII : part 2. Melita Theologica, 18(2), 57-66.
Abstract: After we have attempted to understand the right context of Agape in St. Paul, we now examine briefly the main interpretations given to the word under study. E.B. ALLO'S interpretation of Agape is given mainly in the introduction to Olapter XIII in his 'Premier Epitre aux Corinthiens'. He starts by saying that Paul finds himself seized and captivated by the same Spirit which the Apostle has been speaking about. Paul's soul 's'epancheen une sorte de poeme d'hymne, de psaume, qui est la meilleure exemple qu'il nous ait donne pour comprendre la nature du logos sophias, le discours de sagesse. C'est la plus belle page de l'oeuvre apostolique, avec Rom. VIII, 31ss'.
Appears in Collections:MT - Volume 18, Issue 2 - 1966
MT - Volume 18, Issue 2 - 1966

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