(Gr. Logos) The Son of God, who from the mystery of His eternal birth is called the Word of the Father. The "Word became flesh" (John 1:14) for the salvation of the world. The Holy Scriptures are also called the Word of God, for they reveal the truth of God (John 1:1-14; 2 Pet. 1:19-21). See also INCARNATION.
From a Catholic perspective, this phrase refers to Jesus Christ, the Divine Word Incarnate, who entered into human history and culture to make the presence and reality of God known in its fullness. The Bible is only a derivation from this event of God's self-revelation because it attests to the human experience of it. ( See here for further information.) From a fundamentalist perspective, this is the Bible itself which contains the exact words of God dictated to the human authors.
God's " answer" to the separation; used variously for different aspects of this answer: e.g., forgiveness, peace, Atonement, and the Holy Spirit.(Note -- does not refer to Jesus or Christ, as it does in the Bible.)
The Word of God is an ecumenical, charismatic, missionary Christian community that started in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is composed of Christians from many different church backgrounds. The Word of God began in 1967 as an evangelistic outreach to students at the University of Michigan.