From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Mar 19 2000 - 14:51:15 EST
At 2:15 PM -0500 3/19/00, Mike Sangrey wrote:
>On the one hand, it is usually prudent to be as precise as we can; so to say
>"ALWAYS in the sense of self giving love" is perhaps too strong. And yet, in
>the context of the NT, it would be very hard to separate the two ideas of
>'self giving' and 'high regard' in any given occurrence.
Particularly as Alexander Kyrychenko has just called attention to:
'DHMAS GAR ME EGKATELIPEN AGAPHSAS TON NUN AIWNA (2Tim 4:10)
'This is neither LXX nor "self giving love which requires and expects
nothing in return."'
Unless, of course, one really wants to be heavy-handedly ironic, and claim
that Demas' love 'this present age' is something for which he sacrificed
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