According to most Christians, Jesus was God incarnate, full man and full God. Can the finite and the infinite be one? "To be full" God means freedom from finite forms and from helplessness, and to be "full man" means the absence of divinity.
To be son is to be less than divine and to be divine is to be no one’s son. How could Jesus
have the attributes of sonship and divinity altogether?
Christians assert that Jesus claimed to be God when they quote him in John 14
has seen me has seen the Father". Didn’t Jesus clearly say that people have never seen God, as
it says in John 5:37: "And the father himself which Has sent me, has borne witness of me.
You have NEITHER HEARD HIS VOICE AT ANY TIME NOR SEEN HIS SHAPE"?
Christians say that Jesus was God because he was called Son of God, Son of Man, Messiah,
and "savior". Ezekiel was addressed in the Bible as Son of Man. Jesus spoke of "the peace
makers" as Sons of God. Any person who followed the Will and Plan of God was called SON
OF GOD in the Jewish tradition and in their language (Genesis 6:2,4; Exodus 4:22 ; Psalm
2:7; Romans 8:14 ) . "Messiah" which in Hebrew means "God’s anointed" and not "Christ",
and "Cyrus" the person is called "Messiah" or "the anointed". As for "savior", in II KINGS
13:5, other individuals were given that title too without being gods. So where is the proof in
these terms that Jesus was God when the word son is not exclusively used for him alone?
Christians claim that Jesus acknowledged that he and God were one in the sense of nature
when he says in John 10:30 "I and my father are one". Later on in John 17:21-23, Jesus
refers to his followers and himself and God as one in five places. So why did they give the
previous "one" a different meaning from the other five "ones?
Is God three-in-one and one in three simultaneously or one at a time?
If God is one and three simultaneously, then none of the three could be the complete God.
Granting that such was the case, then when Jesus was on earth, he wasn’t a complete God, nor
was the "father in Heaven" a whole God. Doesn’t that contradict what Jesus always said about
His God and our God in heaven, his Lord and our Lord ? Does that also mean that there was
no complete god then, between the claimed crucifixion and the claimed resurrection?
If God is one and three at a time, then who was the God in heaven when Jesus was on
earth? Wouldn’t this contradict his many references to a God in Heaven that sent him?
If God is three and one at the same time, who was the God in Heaven within three days
between the claimed crucifixion and the claimed resurrection?
Christians say that: "The Father(F) is God, the Son(S) is God, and the Holy Ghost(H) is
God, but the Father is not the Son, the Son is not the Holy Ghost, and the Holy Ghost is not
the Father". In simple arithmetic and terms therefore, if F = G, S = G, and H = G, then it
follows that F = S = H, while the second part of the statement suggests that F ¹ S ¹ H
(meaning, "not equal"). Isn’t that a contradiction to the Christian dogma of Trinity in itself ?
If Jesus was God, why did he tell the man who called him "good master" not to call him
"good" because accordingly, there is none good but his God in Heaven alone?