From: Paul Schmehl (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 24 2000 - 00:10:17 EST
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Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2000 11:01 PM
Subject: Re: LOGOS
> Will you acknowledge that to whomever or whatever he
> refers, this LOGOS is pre-existent?
> QEOS HN hO LOGOS. hOUTOS HN EN ARCHi PROS TON QEON . . .
Certainly. I think that is very clear. What is less clear is whether
the LOGOS of the prologue refers specifically to Christ or in general
to God's revelatory-theme (as Joe puts it). Or, as some would
contend, to all of the above and perhaps even more.
I think the allusion to Gen 1:1 places the emphasis of LOGOS squarely
on God's "words", be they spoken, written or living flesh.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Schmehl)
Technical Support Services Manager
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