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Concerning Titus 2:13 the BDAG (3rd Edition) reads that theos “certainly refers to Christ” (θεός, page 450).

To even hint that the Lord Jesus is called “theos” for the believer is a testimony to the fact that He is God — even more so when He is referred to as “my God” in John 20:28.
As R. T. France put it, “The wonder is not that the NT so seldom describes Jesus as God, but that in such a milieu it does so at all” (The Worship of Jesus: A Neglected Factor in Christological Debate?, Vox Evangelica 12, 1981, page 25).

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