Did Jesus Know he was God?

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-q5wgp-110a28e

This week we ask the important questions of Jesus and his understanding of his divinity, and we have brought expert in the house, Dr Robert Haddad to discuss and make the defence of Our lord knowing his divinity from his very birth.

After Dr Haddad was challenged in one of his public talks on the topic, he was inspired to make his defence here on the show. This is one which condenses the deep Christological elements into terms which anyone is able to understand. He also warns about the deep intellectualism that plagues the faith today, and encourages a return to clear thought, conditioned by a simple and practical faith, to better understand and life theology. 

 

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