The conventional view of neoclassical economics is that economic growth depends on national saving. “Devoting larger amount of national output (income) on investment (saving) will increase the rate of economic growth and living standards of people”. Do you agree with this claim? Evaluate critically.
he divinity of the Son Jesus is established in the Prologue and developed in the rest of the Gospel. The author begins this Gospel with a splendid declaration to his audience by say, ‘in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God’ (1:1). The writer is expressing that Word “logos” pre-existent, He was not after or from or created, but He was in the beginning. The fourth Evangelist John reminds his readers of the Old Testament verse, ‘the beginning of creation’ (Genesis 1:1) ‘that Jesus is a timeless figure who existed in the past before creation’. The Book of Genesis begins with creation so is the Gospel of John refers to creation. The same words are also found in chapter 17, ‘and now, “Father glorify me in your presence with the glory that I had with you before the world existed” (17:5). The concept of ‘Logos‘ is said to have an extensive background in the Greek religious and philosophical cognition. The Greeks regarded “logos” ‘as the principle of reason or order in the world’. Heraclitus “logos” ‘was understood to be unifying principle of all things’. It is suggested that ‘the Heraclitus had no concept of a transcendent God, but saw the “logos” as a law or reason that underlies the universe because they believed that the “logos” was common to all men, that it was a universal law which regulated all the events that took place within mankind, and that it had its own independent existence’. In Plato writing holds the words of Heraclitus ‘that a person could not step into the same river twice’. The Father and Son relationship The Fourth Gospel presents a unique relationship between God the Father and His son Jesus. This unique relationship between the father and son can be seen also in the Synoptic Gospels. Daniel J. Scholz suggested that, ‘the voice from heaven (Mk 1:11) and the clouds at the baptism (Mk 9:7) and the transfiguration speak of Jesus as ‘my beloved Son‘ Lk 9:35, signifies the unity between the father and son’ John’s Gospel comprehensively develops the Father and Son relationship. It is said that John’s gospel uses the term Father in the mouth of Jesus as the son, ‘120 times more often than all the other Gospels combined’. The author records the close, loving and unified relationship between the Father and the Son. The logos was in face to face relationship with God. No one h>GET ANSWER