Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2 BC

Summary of text [comment] pages 72 and 73

Schoonenberg noted that love belongs to the soul. The virtues reside in the soul. Every virtue becomes impossible for a ‘man’ living in sin.

[In terms of the intersecting nested forms, it seems that real love is an actuality that situates both conscience and disposition. Real love is a state of grace.]