In this work, Daniel Amari examines extensively the main candidate backgrounds for the Logos of the Prologue of John. The author demonstrates that the doctrines of John concerning the Logos are not derived from Greek philosophy, Philo’swritings, nor second temple literature. But they are derived exclusively from the Old Testament. John’s Logos is the embodiment and fulfillment of Jewish Scriptures concerning the Son.
The author provides clear compelling exegesis for the Prologue of John demonstrating consistency and continuity between concepts articulated in the Prologue of John, the rest of the Gospel of John, and the Old Testament.
This work is important to those who seek an in depth and academic treatment of the topic of the deity of Christ and the Trinity from the perspective of Biblical languages and grammar.
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