The word “declared” (eks-ā-ge'-o-mī ) means when used in Greek writing of the interpretation of things sacred and divine, oracles, dreams, etc.
Would this not be just as it is written that the true God can not and has never been seen by humans and it’s the heavenly Father’s only begotten Son that interprets the sacred things of his Father? Eksageomi other meanings, to draw out in narrative, unfold a teaching, to recount the things relating to God! Would this not mean that Jesus is the Word of God?
At John 1:1 many Bibles say different things pertaining to the Word being a G/god! The King James (Revised Version) says: and the Word was God.
Says “and the Word was a god; (1) 1808 Thomas Belsham The New Testament, (2)The New Testament in Greek and English (A. Kneeland, 1822.) (3) A Literal Translation of the New Testament (Herman Heinfetter [Pseudonym of Frederick Parker], 1863) (4) – Das Evangelium nach Johannes (J. Becker, 1979) (5) Concise Commentary on The Holy Bible (R. Young, 1885) (6) The Coptic Version of the N.T. (G. W. Horner, 1911) (7) The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Anointed" (J. L. Tomanec, 1958); (8) Das Evangelium nach Johannes (S. Schulz, 1975);
Says: "and the Word was divine" (1) The Bible: An American Translation, by John M. P. Smith and Edgar J. Goodspeed, Chicago 1935 (2) The Authentic New Testament, by Hugh J. Schonfield, Aberdeen. 1955
1956: "In the beginning the Word was existing. And the Word was in fellowship with God the Father.