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The main purpose, or course, of' the apologies in general, and of the use or the Logos concept in these apologies in particular, was to present to the unbelieving world a justification for the worship of' Christ by the Christians. Since the Logos concept was a current and accepted one in both the pagan and Jewish world, if it could successfully be identified with the person of Jesus Christ, a great victory would be won. And, to a large degree, that attempt was eventually successful, as Dean Inge points out when he characterizes the Logos-doctrine as "the formula which converted the intellect of Europe to Christianity.”
Lang, Marcus T., "The Logos Concept of Justin Martyr-Relation to the Person, the Natures, and the States of Existence of the Logos" (1950). Bachelor of Divinity. 326.
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