Michael R. Burgos and Marion, his wife of over twenty years, have nine children. Michael is the preaching pastor of Northwest Hills Community Church, a thriving multigenerational congregation in the heart of downtown Torrington, Connecticut. In 2022 Michael was appointed president of Forge Theological Seminary.
Doctor of Ministry in Biblical Counseling (Candidate; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)
Doctor of Philosophy in Polemical Theology (Forge Theological Seminary)
Master of Arts in Theology (University of Chester)
Master of Arts in Biblical & Theological Studies (Belhaven University)
Certificate in Biblical Counseling (Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary)
Master of Biblical Studies in New Testament (Andersonville Theological Seminary)
Bachelor of Science in Bible & Theology (Lee University)
Kiss the Son: A Christological Apology in Response to David K. Bernard’s The Oneness of God (2012).
Credo: An Introduction to Confessional Theology (2017).
Our God is Triune: Essays in Biblical Theology (2018).
Jehovah’s Witnesses: A Concise Introduction to an American Cult (2018).
Counterfeit Religion: A Biblical Analysis of Cults, Sects, & False Religious Movements (2019).
Against Oneness Pentecostalism: An Exegetical-Theological Critique, 3rd Ed. (2020).
Light from the Spectrum: Essays on Biblical Counseling, co-authored with Chris Chumita (2020).
Journal Articles & Other Publications:
“Anthropological Monism & Its Incompatibility with Biblical Christianity,” The Journal for Trinitarian Studies & Apologetics (2012), 196-231.
"Explicit Deity: John 18:6,” The Journal for Trinitarian Studies & Apologetics (2013), 35-48.
“The Angel of Yahweh: A Biblical Appellation for the Second Person of the Holy Trinity,” American Journal of Biblical Theology, 23.31 (08/2021), 1-24.
“The Royal Timeframe,” Biblical Perspectives Magazine, 23.37 (09/2021).
"An Exposition of the Second Psalm," Academia Letters, 3767 (10/2021).
"The Paradox of the Christian Life: Paul as the Wretched Man in Romans 7:14-25," GNOSI: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Theory and Praxis, 5.1 (01/2022), 1-9.
"A Biblical Counselor’s Assessment of Creation Therapy," Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (06/2022).
04/2011 vs. James N. Anderson; “The Son personally preexisted the incarnation with the father.”
05/2011 vs. Samuel Brown; “The Son of God did not possess divinity during his post-incarnate premortem state.”
09/2011 vs. Sir Anthony Buzzard; “Who is Jesus?”
08/2014 vs. Cornell Thomas; “At conception, Jesus was not God and man.”
11/2014 vs. Steven Ritchie; “The Father alone existed as God prior to the incarnation.”
04/2020 vs. Stephan Quicksey; “The Son of God did not personally preexist with the Father prior to the incarnation.”
04/2020 vs. Antonio Satchell; “The God of the Old Testament is unitarian."
08/2020 vs. Daniel Myers, “The God of the Old Testament is unitarian.”
11/2020 vs. Bishop Jerry L. Hayes; “Be it resolved, the Scriptures teach that by Christian water baptism, the believer is placed into Christ, and his/her sins are remitted.”
11/2020 vs. Bishop Jerry L. Hayes; "Be it resolved that by means of historical criticism, textual criticism, and literary criticism, the triune baptismal formula of Matthew 28:19 is proven non-canonical."
12/2020 vs. Bishop Jerry L. Hayes; "Be it resolved, the Scriptures teach that the deity of Jesus Christ is the Father incarnate."
02/05/2021 vs Carlos Xavier; "Did the Son Preexist Eternally?"
05/05/2023 vs. John David Barton; "The God of the Old Testament is one person."
07/20/2023 vs Brandon J. Nero; "Is Jesus the Father incarnate?"