Yes, Jesus was both God and man. No, I cant explain to you something I don’t fully understand myself.
But I do know the Bible is clear on both truths, and you don’t have to believe the Bible, but if you do believe it, then you have to believe its clear revelation on this.
“One of the oft-invoked arguments of liberal theologians against the deity of Christ is the claim that he never personally claimed to be divine. Since this flies in the face of all the evidence, as will be shown below, how can such claims be made? Henry notes that “the contention by some New Testament scholars that Jesus never claimed to be the Christ, God’s anointed one, invariably flows from critical theories that invalidate in advance the factuality of the Gospels as Gerhardus Vos has definitively shown. [v]
This, in turn, leads to the conclusion that the biblical writers deliberately, although not maliciously, falsified the evidence given in the New Testament records for apologetic purposes. They were recording what the early church chose to or wanted to believe rather than the hard, cold truth. However, “the fact that the apostles wrote from the standpoint of personal belief is evidence not that they fabricated the facts but rather that they professed to tell the truth.” [vi] Even those who knew him most intimately called him the Son of God. As Henry again notes, “Peter confesses him to be veritably ‘the Christ, the Son of the living God’ (Matt. 16:16, KJV), a conviction that Jesus in turn grounds not simply in subjective experience but expressly in divine revelation.” Source
But for those of us, who like me, prefer our media in youtube size bunches, Driscoll does a good job of explaining it.