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What does the "WORD" in John 1:1 implies in the Bible?


In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

 

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Tammy Bond (Tammy L Bond) says

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    Deborah Sexton 2 years ago

    Nowhere does the bible state, or teach this. You just imagine it says this

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    Michael Adewale Olubode (micadeolu) 2 years ago

    May you be blessed in Jesus Christ name. You have said it all. Now how about making this comprehensive to the science minded individuals?


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    Michael Adewale Olubode (micadeolu) 2 years ago

    What if we say "In the beginning was communication, and communication was with God and communication was God. I perceive that the idea of "communication" is GOD Himself personified. I don't know if anyone get me here?


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