LOGIKOS in Rom. 12:1 and 1.Pet. 2:2
waldoslusher at yahoo.com
Sat May 11 00:55:54 EDT 2002
I have always thought that the word 'reasonable' meant
LOGIKOS doesn't meant "logical" per se, but it means
that one is to engage the "mind" or "intellect" in
this process. At least that is what I was taught. Was
I taught the right way?
That is why we are told that we should be renewed by
TOU NOOS. In this context, does not LOGIKOS mean the
same as TOU NOOS? Maybe not the same, but linked. I am
trying to say that LOGIKOS is very closely related to
the NOOS in this passage.
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