A Recovering Logos-ist

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The Recovering Legalist

Daniel Klem is a long-time blogger friend. He was a regular contributor to ProverbialThought.com and has even traveled all the way from Arizona to go Chrismas caroling with us 🙂 – Anthony Baker

I know. That is quite a title.

This can potentially be huge . . . if you know anything about Greek and theology.

A brief lesson for those who could use it:

John 1:1: “In the beginning was the Logos …”

Logos means “the Word.” Therefore, according to the Bible, Jesus is the Word, and that means He is God (see the rest of the verse), Creator (Genesis 1, God spoke), and Savior (1 Corinthians 15:1-2).

Therefore, the title of this post could very easily be understood as “A Recovering Christian.”

In a way, this is true. We should always be in a state of recovery as Christians: in mind (Romans 12:2), spirit (Ephesians 4:23), and character…

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  1. I like the comment on Anthony’s blog (which you also alluded to) about not throwing the baby out with the bathwater. I’ve had quite a bit of bathwater go out my window lo these many years, and I do believe that God when He says “I will lead you and guide you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my eye upon you.” (Ps 32:8)


    • I understand that. 2007-2008 was a time of restructuring my theology to what I had believed early on in my faith walk. I had to relearn – and relearn again – what it meant to live by the Spirit and the Word, which includes the support of the Body of Christ, His Church. I followed some spirits, but the Holy Spirit gave me a slap upside the head (hence the second bout of relearning). These times of relearning are what this post refers to. I swang do far one way then the other.
      Thanks for your comments!

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