Date: Thu Feb 27 1997 - 18:44:44 EST

>>Check Louw & Nida if you can.

Here is Louw-Nida ...

Analysis: LOGOS n-nm-s
Usage Summary:
LOGOS n-nm-s 68

LOGOS ou m
 (a) statement 33.98
 (b) speech 33.99
 (c) gospel 33.260
 (d) treatise 33.51
 (e) Word 33.100
 (f) account 57.228
 (g) reason 89.18
 (h) event 13.115
 (i) appearance 30.13
 (j) accusation 56.7
 (1) LOGOS trecei message spreads 28.25
 (2) LOGOU poioumai be of opinion 31.2
 (3) kata. LOGON anecomai accept a complaint 56.10

33.98 hRHMA tos n ; LOGOS, ou m
(derivative of legw `to say,' 33.69): that which has been stated or said, with
primary focus upon the content of the communication - `word, saying, message,
statement, question.' hRHMA: all' epi panti hRHMATI ekporeuomenw dia stomatos
qeou `but by every word that comes from the mouth of God' Mt 4.4. LOGOS: pollw
pleious episteusan dia ton LOGON autou `many more believed because of what he
said' Jn 4.41. In Mt 21.24 LOGOS may be rendered as `question' in view of the
preceding erwtaw, but the meaning of `question' is, of course, derived
essentially from the verb erwtaw `to ask' (33.180).

Any difference of meaning between LOGOS and hRHMA would be only a matter of
stylistic usage.

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