I'm working on an insignia design project. The insignia has a Latin translation of the motto
To know God, to express the Word.
I paid for a Latin translation service and they gave me this result
Ad Deum sciendum, ad Verbum exprimendum
Is it accurate?
A little more info on context and meaning:
This motto means for a person to acquire a kind of spiritual knowledge, insight, and understanding about God. It also means for their words and actions to express, reflect, and be inspired by and based on the life of Jesus Christ in the Bible.
“know God” references a scripture from the Bible. From Proverbs 2:5 – “then you will understand the fear of the Lord, and you will discover the knowledge of God”
“Word” references John 1:1 – “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and God was the Word.”
On meaning and intent, it describes the motivation for all the words and actions of the person ascribing to the motto. If someone were wearing this motto then it’s like they’re answering “to know God and to express the Word” to anyone who were to ask them “Why are you treating me this way?”