Integra: So what is it?
Seras: This is actually pretty cool, sir. We have a theme song!
Integra: What are we going to do, sing it?
Sera: That might be a little difficult… it looks like nobody can agree on what the lyrics are.
Walter: The title, at least, is known: “Logos Naki World”. That translates to “The World without Logos.”
Walter: The question here is, is it “logos” as in the plural of “logo”, a trademarked corporate symbol… or “logos” as in the often philosophical term for reason?
Integra: You have a third option in mind?
Enrico: Well, obviously. Haven’t you ever read the New Testament in Greek?
Integra: Most of us haven’t graduated from seminary, Maxwell.
Mother-of-a-Fangirl’s Definition Corner
Because my Mom studies theology and I assume most of you don’t.
Seminary is like college for priests: it’s where you go to become a priest or minister. (It goes for both Catholics and Protestants.)
Greek – the language in which the New Testament was originally written – is a required course.