THE IDEAL LOGOS.
Nor can we conceive of any process of
the divine operation disconnected with the
agency or personage of the Eternal Logos.
Whether we emphasize the human or
divine aspect of the Logos, dazed and
obscure will be our conceptions, or vague and
misleading our doctrinal trend, unless supreme
consideration is given to the predominance
of the mysterious and inscrutable.
Whether we contemplate Deity in the
ineffable light of His sovereign and unre-
vealed character, or whether we study Jesus
of Nazareth as God manifest in the flesh,
ours is a problem as profound as the universe,
and as baffling to finite intelligence as " the
things the angels desire to look into."
Nevertheless, the fact of its inscrutability is
no formidable barrier in the way of a reverent
approach to a subject bearing so vital a rela¬
tion to humanity. Is this Logos the " He "
of whom Moses and the prophets did write ? is
" He " the Creator and Preserver of all things ?
is " He " the man Christ Jesus, who came from