New Testament makes distinction between God Almighty ('Theos') and Jesus ('Kurios'). They are not the same person - Larry Hurtado

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Is it too simple, or flippant to say that Jesus is God? What about the Trinity? Does the New Testament teach a distinction or a union between the Son and the Father? Does it teach both? How did the early church view the divinity of Christ? Can Christians stay unified despite different beliefs and interpretations? How did the early church pursue unity? To discuss these questions and more, the guys sit down with Dr. Larry Hurtado.

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- How on Earth Did Jesus Become A God?:


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