This interested me. You said God is not Logos, yet when I hear people like E Michael Jones, he says God is all about the Logos. To him, logos is the natural order of things. Which is why guilt easily comes when we do something out of order, which is a waterfall into other symptoms.debeguiled said:Samseau said:2. Both emotions and reason are insufficient to reach God. Because God is so far out of human understanding, reason actually will lead people astray from God. Furthermore, not all emotion is evil as Love itself is an emotion rooted in God. It's not categorical of reason = good and emotion = bad.
Reason is usually good, and emotions are usually lies, but not always and Orthodox teach this.
Glad someone finally said the bolded part.
Most of the people who debate things on the internet have sunk a lot of time and energy into developing their reasoning abilities.
It is no surprise they would come to the conclusion that God is Logos (reason), and then carry on like they always have, only now the subject is God.
Are you saying God being logos is wrong or are we interpreting it in two different ways?