In Christianity, expressed well in Eastern Orthodox theology, Logos or Logic (or Word), etc – is an intrinsic undivided part of the Trinity, usually thought of as Holy Spirit but manifested in man-god/ god-man Christ; whose perfectly simultaneously being God and Man was a replacement for the “broken mold” of Adam, allowing those who ‘follow’ (become like Christ) the capacity to become deified/ “become like god” – or return to proper form as it were. I mean, best as I understand it, that’s the theology of it.

In Christianity, expressed well in Eastern Orthodox theology, Logos or Logic (or Word), etc – is an intrinsic undivided part of the Trinity, usually thought of as Holy Spirit but manifested in man-god/ god-man Christ; whose perfectly simultaneously being God and Man was a replacement for the “broken mold” of Adam, allowing those who ‘follow’ (become like Christ) the capacity to become deified/ “become like god” – or return to proper form as it were.
I mean, best as I understand it, that’s the theology of it.

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