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I'll agree except that Logos doesn't translate to "Word" in Koine Greek. Lexis is word. Logos is an appeal to reason; literally the etymological root of the word "logic".If you think about it, it makes sense 100%. What Christ gave us wasn't only a better set of rules with a better deal attached. He gave us the clues to solve the puzzle; the keys to the logic.
Yeah I agree, thanks for the insight, really cool. I would balance it out though with the idea that while God is a revealing God and makes unknowable things known to us, we still cannot fully logically conceptualize who/what God is, but we can still know Him in His mystery relationally. For example, the whole idea of the Trinity is in itself is a mystery, it's something that has been revealed through Jesus' interactions with the Father and the Holy Spirit and vise versa. But when we try to describe it or make analogies for how it works, it's never always exactly 100% right, which I think is completely fine. The mystery of God is something that can drive us to peruse Him relationally, and we should peruse Him relationally because as people who have been baptized into Jesus' death, we now are adopted sons and daughters to the father, so why wouldn't we want to learn more about our new mysterious heavenly father lol? Love it