The Only Source of Meaning

The crucified Logos, the Word of the Cross, confronts sinful man as the shock-center of history. For the Logos as intellectual and moral mediator proclaims the futility of human ingenuity while at the same time the Logos alone invests man’s personal meaning with present and future hope. In a day when modern wisdom considers the cosmos devoid of teleology and derives man from purposeless nature, the reality of the self-revealed Logos towers anew as the only intelligible ground and sustaining source of meaning.


Carl Henry

God, Revelation, & Authority 3.171