Jesus the Jew, Christ the King – Exploring the Hypostatic Union Between the Jesus of History and the Christ of Faith
Jesus the Jew, Christ the King unites biblical scholarship with established theology. Oftentimes, scholars distinguish between the “historical Jesus” and the “Christ of faith,” suggesting that Christian belief has elevated Jesus of Nazareth from the common life of an itinerant Jewish rabbi to a divine figure akin to the heroes of Greco-Roman culture.
In keeping with Christian tradition, James Mikołajczyk affirms Jesus as the only begotten Son of God and, moreover, the fulfillment of scriptural Israel.
About James Mikołajczyk (Erie, Pennsylvania Author)
James Mikołajczyk is an 18-year U.S. Army veteran. His overseas tours include Kosovo, Iraq, and Korea. He is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. He also has a Master of Theological Studies from Southwestern College (Kan.) and a B.A. in Religion from American Military University. His hometown is Erie, Penn., and he is currently assigned to Fort Bragg, N.C.
Mikołajczyk serves in the United Methodist Church, and hopes to receive ordination and/or an academic post as a theology or religion professor. He published his Master's thesis as a book called "Jesus the Jew, Christ the King" (WestBow, 2016). He writes a blog at, https://christian-origins.blogspot.com, Christian Origins, Modern Faith and is contributor to, https://www.theologycorner.net/jamesmikolajczyk, Theology Corner.