Johannine Logos, The $5.95

Gordon H. Clark
Trade paperback, 138 pages, 1993

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 -- 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. The Johannine Logos has been combined with Faith and Saving Faith in What is Saving Faith?

Contents: Introduction; The Prologue; Logos and Rheemata; Truth; Saving Faith; Index; Scripture Index.

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