A Comparative Semantic Analysis of Logos in the Old Testament and Kalima in the Holy Quran

The word Logos (literally, word) has taken on various meanings throughout history starting from earliest philosophers of the ancient Greece to the first century and all over the era in relation to the old testement and Christian theology. Logos has been used with reference to Jesus Christ PBUH in the Bible and the holy Quran. Kalema (literally, word) is a guiding principle in Christian theology and has a high status in the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. Interpretations maintained by this principle in the world of Christianity have always been the locus of attention among Chritian theologists. In the meantime, Kalema has opened new doors in Quranic studies and exegesis by Muslim scholars and mystics, specifically with respect to the concept of the perfect human in Islamic mysticism. This article is an attempt to present a historical overview of this word and provide a comparative analysis in Islam and Christianity, especially the Quran and the Bible.
Journal of Quran and Hadith Historical Studies, Volume:17 Issue: 1, 2012
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