many people say many things , but what is of most importance is to get back to what the inspired scriptures really taught.I remember reading somewhere that the Chinese genius renders it thus:
"In the beginning was the Way, and the Way was with God, and the Way was God."
I also recall Jesus saying, "I am the way and the tuth and the life."
I would like to use capitals here, to make my meaning clear:
The Way, the Truth, and the Life never said, "I am a way, a truth, and a life, (because I am only a god)."
Nor could He, for He was the Way Itself, Truth Itself, and Life Itself, and so God (Him)Self, I AM.
Jesus is God’s "firstborn" (Col 1:15)
as God’s first creation, called "the Word" in his prehuman existence. (Joh 1:1)
The word "beginning" in John 1:1 cannot refer to the "beginning" of God the Creator, for he is eternal, having no beginning. (Ps 90:2)
It must therefore refer to the beginning of creation, when the Word was brought forth by God as his firstborn Son.
The term "beginning" is used in various other texts similarly to describe the start of some period or career or course, such as the "beginning" of the Christian career of those to whom John wrote his first letter (1Jo 2:7; 3:11),
the "beginning" of Satan’s rebellious course (1Jo 3:8)
or the "beginning" of Judas’ deflection from righteousness. (Joh 6:64
Jesus is the "only-begotten Son" (Joh 3:16) in that he is the only one of God’s sons, spirit or human, created solely by God, for all others were created through, or "by means of," that firstborn Son.—Col 1:16, 17;