No Greater Love
The term No Greater Love is derived from a well-known verse of the New Testament (John 15), "Greater Love Hath No Man Than This That a Man Lay Down His Life For His Friends" - often invoked in the context of self-sacrifice. The specific excerpt No Greater Love can refer to:
- No Greater Love (charity), an American humanitarian, non-profit organization
In books, films and TV:
- No Greater Love (novel), a 1991 novel written by Danielle Steel adapted into a made-for-television movie of the same name.
- No Greater Love (Only Fools and Horses), a title of an episode of Only Fools and Horses
- Greater Love Hath No Man (1915 film), a 1915 American silent film starring Emmett Corrigan
- No Greater Love (1932 film), a 1932 American film
- No Greater Love (1952 film), a 1952 German film
- No Greater Love (1959 film), the first part of The Human Condition (film series), a 1959–1961 Japanese film trilogy
- No Greater Love (1960 film), a 1960 American film
- No Greater Love, a 1996 American TV film
- No Greater Love (2009 film), a documentary about the Discalced Order of Carmelite Nuns at the monastery of the Most Holy Trinity, in London's Notting Hill (more here)
- No Greater Love (2010 film), a 2010 American film
- No Greater Love (2015 film), a 2015 American documentary, released theatrically in 2017
- No Greater Love (album), an album by jazz musician Joe McPhee
- No Greater Love, a song included on Kaleidoscope (Rachael Lampa album)
- "There Is No Greater Love", a 1936 jazz standard by Isham Jones and Marty Symes
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