Agape is used by Christians to express the unconditional love of God for his
children. This type of love was further explained by Thomas Aquinas as "to will
To describe these styles, the Ancient Greeks came up with four terms (Eros,
storge, agape and philia) to symbolize the four types of love. Let us look at these
Festival of Love explores and celebrates the complexity of human relationships in
all their forms. All of us hold feelings for others, but these feelings differ ...
Dec 27, 2013 ... The ancient Greeks found diverse kinds of love in relationships with a wide range
of people—friends, family, spouses, strangers, and even ...
Years ago, in gathering our anthology of Classic Love
Poems for Valentine’s Day , we focused on straightforward declarations of love
, poems of seduction and promise, celebrating the beauties and virtues of the beloved and forging the love
-bond between two people. For e... More »
Aug 9, 2012 ... The Greeks had four words to describe what we call love, Eros, (romantic love),
Phileo, (enjoyment, fondness, friendship), Storge (family loyalty) ...
Aug 17, 2013 ... The triangular theory of love suggests that our relationships fit into a triangular ...
Sternberg's theory describes a total of 7 types of relationships:.
The Greek word that refers to the love of God, one of the kinds of love we are to
have for people, is agape. Agape is the very nature of God, for God is love (1 ...
Jun 19, 2014 ... The Bible speaks of different types of love. What are they? What kind of love does
God have in comparison to humans?
In a classic book titled Colors of Love (1973), J. A. Lee defined six varieties of
relationship that might be labeled love. What six different types of love did J. A.