Definition of the Word of God in English:

the Word (of God)

1The Bible, or a part of it.
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  • What does the Word of God warn about replacing Bible Truth with human tradition?
  • The revelation of God is found in the Word of God, the gospel enshrined in the scriptures, and all claims for revelation must be brought back and tested there.
  • The members of that Bible study stood on the authority of the Word of God.
2Jesus Christ (see Logos).
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  • For Torrance, too, God's revelation, the Word of God is Jesus Christ.
  • Other positions are more centred on Jesus Christ as the Word of God, who gives his distinctive teaching and example - often very different from the prevailing ethos.
  • Jesus Christ, being the Word made flesh through the divine power of God, is what a real believer should know.
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Pronunciation: ˌhɪpnə(ʊ)ˈpɒmpɪk
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