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Considerate
Consideration
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Considerate
Considerate This word does not directly translate a Greek term in either of its two occurrences in the RSV: 1 Pet. 3:7 (AV “according to knowledge”; NEB “with understanding”) and 1 Cor. 10:28 (AV “for his sake”). The Gk. katá gṇṓsin in 1 Pet. 3:7 literally means “according to knowledge”; it would
A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels: Aaron–Zion
Considerateness
CONSIDERATENESS.—It was a saying of St. Francis, ‘Courtesy is own sister to Love’; but considerateness is more than courtesy (wh. see), for it takes account not only of our neighbour’s feelings, but of all his circumstances and all his wants. Our Lord ‘knew all men, and knew what was in man’ (Jn 2:25);