I invited Josh to have a discussion about the Christology of Acts. From my reading of Acts Jesus appears to be figure who is very much subordinate to God. God has made Jesus Lord and Christ (Acts 2:36); Jesus is supremely a man chosen by God to do God’s will (Acts 2:22; 17:31). The sermons of Paul and Peter are remarkable for the absence of any Trinitarian theology. Josh is doing a PhD in Christian theology at King’s College, London. He is an Orthodox Christian. He is an excellent chap and I hope to have many discussions with him in the future.