Question: What is the highest form of love?

Philia is the highest form of love because it is a two-way road, unlike eros and agape.

Is agape the highest form of love?

In Scripture, the transcendent agape love is the highest form of love and is contrasted with eros, or erotic love, and philia, or brotherly love. The term necessarily extends to the love of ones fellow humans, as the reciprocal love between God and humans is made manifest in ones unselfish love of others.

What kind of love is Gods love?

Agape (Pronounced: Uh-GAH-pay) is the highest of the four types of love in the Bible. This term defines Gods immeasurable, incomparable love for humankind. It is the divine love that comes from God. Agape love is perfect, unconditional, sacrificial, and pure.

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