When you look at what skeptics are saying about the Christian faith, often you will hear the argument that Jesus never claimed to be God. In this episode, we are going to be talking about how Jesus claimed to be divine in order to show that he really did make the claim.
We have Mikel Del Rosario joining us to talk about the subject. Mikel helps Christians explain their faith with courage and compassion. He’s a doctoral student in the New Testament department at Dallas Theological Seminary, and he is the author of Accessible Apologetics. Mikel also serves as Cultural Engagement Manager at the Hendricks Center, as well as co-host of the Table Podcast for DTS.
Visit Mikel's apologetics website, ApologeticsGuy for some amazing resources!
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Mikel Del Rosario helps Christians explain their faith with courage and compassion. He is a doctoral student in the New Testament department at Dallas Theological Seminary. Mikel teaches Christian Apologetics and World Religion at William Jessup University. He is the author of Accessible Apologetics and has published over 20 journal articles on apologetics and cultural engagement with his mentor, Dr. Darrell Bock. Mikel holds an M.A. in Christian Apologetics with highest honors from Biola University and a Master of Theology (Th.M) from Dallas Theological Seminary where he serves as Cultural Engagement Manager at the Hendricks Center and a host of the Table Podcast. Visit his Web site at ApologeticsGuy.com.