By Gordon H Clark
This study of how the Apostle John used the Greek word logos in his Gospel is devastating to several varieties of contemporary theology, including Neo-orthodoxy, Neo-evangelicalism, revivalism, fundamentalism, and the Charismatic movement. Most studies of John’s use of logos stop at the end of chapter 1; Dr. Clark’s does not. By discussing all of John, he shows exactly how persons are related to words and propositions and how Christ can say: “I am the truth.” The implications of this work are momentous for several major Christian doctrines, from the Incarnation to justification by faith alone.
Contents: Introduction; The Prologue; Logos and Rheemata; Truth; Saving Faith; Index; Scripture Index.
- Paperback: 155 pages
- Publisher: Trinity Foundation (1989)
- Language: English