Messages 2011

Logos and Jewish Thought.

November 30th, 2011

Berkeley, California

Received by FAB


I am here, John.

You shouldn’t doubt your channeling if you read other things that seem to say something different. The Greek concept of logos, as it existed in my time, was distinctive and different from what I understood as a Jew who was not well-versed and educated in these matters. I was not aware of many things, so I could not have written, “In the beginning was logos.” That would have been foreign to my nature. The Greek word expressed something different from what I intended. I did not have a Greek mind. My mind was Jewish, and I was not very educated in philosophy or theology.