Josué Moreno

Josué is interested in the topics of freedom, sexuality, feminism, truth, and the dialogue of music and poetry with the message of Jesus.

Josué Moreno is a part-time fellow with OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and speaker at Fundación RZ, RZIM’s office in Spain.

Josué holds a BA in mechanical engineering from Castilla-La Mancha University, a certificate in Christian apologetics from OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, a certificate of theological studies from Oxford University (Wycliffe Hall), and is now completing his MA in philosophy of religion and ethics at the University of Leeds.

Originally from Puertollano, a small city in the center of Spain, Josué grew up relating very closely to the local church. During his time at university, he was involved in many mission weeks in Spain and Europe while completing the mentorship program Proclama, run by Fundación RZ and GBU (IFES Spain). Before moving to Oxford, he worked for two years as an engineer in several companies.

Josué is interested in the topics of freedom, sexuality, feminism, truth, and the dialogue of music and poetry with the message of Jesus. He is married to Paula, and they live in Málaga where they enjoy walking on the beach. As a family, they dream of a country transformed by the gospel, a revival that brings peace and freedom.

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