If Jesus was GOD, then why in Mark 12:29 Jesus said "Here, O Israel: The Lord
our God is one Lord." The words "our God" indicate that Jesus had a higher God
over him, a stronger God than him. Jesus didn't say "Your God". He said "our
God" which includes Jesus as the creation of GOD.
If Jesus was GOD, then why in John 20:17 Jesus said I ascend to my God and your
God? This tells us that we and Jesus have a common GOD.
If Jesus was GOD, then why in John 8:28 Jesus said "I do nothing of myself"?
Can't GOD do anything he wills?
If Jesus was GOD, then why in John 14:28 Jesus said "My Father (GOD) is greater
If Jesus was GOD, then why in Luke 23:46 Jesus said "Father (GOD), into thy
hands I commend my spirit"?
If Jesus was GOD, then why in Matthew 19:16 Jesus said "Why call me good, there
is none good but One, that is GOD"?
If Jesus was GOD, then why in John 5:36-38 Jesus said that GOD had assigned him
(Jesus) work and GOD is a witness on Jesus?
If Jesus was GOD, then why in John 5:32 Jesus told his followers that they have
never seen GOD at anytime nor ever heard his voice?
If Jesus was GOD, then why did he pray to his GOD in Luke 5:16?
How come Christians take the "God" (theos in Greek) title literally with Jesus
in Isiah 9:6 and they don't take it literally for the rest of the prophets and
people who were called Gods ?
Prophets who were called "God" in the Bible are as follows:
Prophet Moses in Exodus 7:1
The Devil in Corinthians 4:4 (the word for God in this verse is theos in Greek,
the same used for Jesus that was translated as "God")
Multiple Prophets in Psalms 82:6
King David in Psalm 45:3
The only unique title given to GOD in the Bible that was not given to others
at all are Jehova, GOD, and GOD LORD. "God", "Most Mighty" and "Almighty One"
are titles that were given to Jesus, other Prophets and to Satan himself in the
Very Important Note: Did you know that in the languages of Arabic and
Hebrew the father of the house can be called the God of the house? Jesus was the
God (father or leader) of his people and their father according to Isiah 9:6.
Jesus being the leader and the king, it is normal for him to be called the
father of his people (Father in Isiah 9:6), and because he is their father he
automatically becomes their God. My father is my God in Arabic and Hebrew.