In his birth, life, early church history, and in his death and resurrection-how is Jesus the "Logos Word"?
In the Hebrew thought the "Logos"-it is personal. Jesus indeed; had the power of unity, coherence, and purpose. However, the distinctive point is that the biblical "Logos" is a He, not an it.
In the translation of the "Logos" great philosopher's has made many attempts to translate the "Logos" as logic, an act, or a deed or other sorts of things-all of which are inadequate in definition.
The apostle John declared and/or proclaimed; in one of his inspired Utterances: "The word became flesh... "
No other English word has been able to capture the fullness of Apostle John's "Logos" .When the Apostle declared: "The word became flesh"..in the Gospels... The word indeed; became flesh and dwelt among us. The Logos word does include action. The Logos is the eternal word-in-action. It is the epitome of the divine; acting in creation, redemptive and coherent ways.
It has the propensity to be eternal with the temporal, the infinite, with the finite, and the unconditioned, with the conditioned.
As the word became flesh, in the genre of the "Logos" . It becomes the cosmic Christ entering all of humanity.
It is the Supreme moment of visitation of the presence of the trinity. The essence of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Such as the Apostles experienced in the Upper Room on the Day-of-Pentecost, immediately after Jesus went back up to Heaven to sit at the right hand of the Father.