Tuesday, June 6, 2017

38 Simple Reasons Why Jesus Is Not God are Answered

38 Simple Reasons Why Jesus Is Not God:
1- God Doesn’t Change His Nature (Malachi 3:6)
Answer:
Now we know that God never changes because he is immutable. Malachi 3:6 For I am the LORD, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed. This is of course about God’s word and promises and we only need to refer back to Deuteronomy 6:4 to know that God is one and he never changes his character or traits. God doesn’t revert on his promises.

2- GOD Almighty is Greater than Jesus. (John 14:28)

Answer:
John 14:28 Ye have heard how I said unto you, I go away, and come again unto you. If ye loved me, ye would rejoice, because I said, I go unto the Father: for my Father is greater than I.
A King or Queen may be greater than his servant, but that does not mean that his or her actual being is greater. Just his or her current position as a King or Queen is greater. This passage speaks of functional, not ontological, greatness. John 17:4 I have glorified thee on the earth: I have finished the work which thou gavest me to do. 5 And now, O Father, glorify thou me with thine own self with the glory which I had with thee before the world was. Same as before, Jesus is not the Father, or the Holy Spirit, there is a distinction between the Son and the Father in role. Correct, Jesus does the will of the Father. What does this mean? Does it say greater ontologically? No. It means greater in role, and fits hand and glove to Jesus doing the will of the Father, which means Jesus is subordinate to the Father in role by following the Will of the Father.
It doesn’t say God is greater than I in any ontological sense according to his divine nature. Jesus has two natures so we have to acknowledge Jesus being truly human would have to be subservient or subordinate to God the Father in role. Since God is three-distinct persons, Jesus can pray to the Father. In fact it would be necessary for him to do so to remain subordinate to the Father in role in his humanity. Jesus, being human would also be apt to do such things as being a role model for us as well. Jesus is truly human, while we are merely human. The two natures of divine and human are also known as a Latin term “communicatio idiomatum”
3- No one is "Good" including Jesus. Only GOD is" Good" (Luke 18:19)

Answer:
Jesus did not deny being God in Luke18:19, Matthew 19:17. It was a response to verify what the man was saying, if he knew what he was saying when calling Jesus “Good”.
Jesus is challenging the man, that if he is calling Jesus "Good," then he must emanate to understand that Jesus is God. How can we be assured this is a test of the young ruler?
1. The Ruler asks what shall I do to inherit eternal life? [Luke 18:18]
2. Jesus asks “Thou knowest the commandments [vs 20]
3. He said, All these have I kept from my youth up [vs 21]
4. Yet lackest thou one thing [vs 22].
5. And when he heard this, he was very sorrowful [vs 23].
As Jesus said [Jesus does claim that he is Good.]
John 10:11 I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep.
John 10:14 I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine.

Hebrews 7:26 For such an high priest became us, who is holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners, and made higher than the heavens; Jesus does not deny being called God when Thomas says it.
John 20:28 And Thomas answered and said unto him, My Lord and my God. John 20:29 Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed.
4- Jesus said he doesn't know when the Hour will come. Only GOD Knows. (Mark 13:32)

Answer:
This can be answered through the economy of the Trinity. Still being co-equal, co-eternal applies to the ontology, the role of each distinct person would allow for subordination between the roles. If the will of the Father were for man not to know the hour, then Jesus, who submitted to the will of the Father’s request, would not know and would not be allowed to divulge this information within his humanity. So this would not affect the omniscience of God. Omnipresence is the also relevant to these roles.  All that can be said is that the Son is not the Father in this aspect, nothing here suggests the Word God as not being coequal, co-eternal with the Father and Holy Spirit. This amplifies that the roles are distinct in nature within the economy of the Trinity for the salvation of mankind within the incarnation.
Matthew 24:36 and Mark 13:32 both state that Jesus did not know the hour, this is true. Again this wouldn’t be an issue since Jesus has two natures and the humanity was still unable to know the hour in that moment. Some have suggested however that after Christ’s resurrection/glorification he does know the hour due to him being omnipresent in his humanity as well after the event (Matt 28:20). Also, Jesus came to do the will of the Father, and the Father has not chosen to reveal the time to us. Could it be reconciled as Jesus knowing yet wasn’t able to reveal to man, and or being human he was not able to grasp such knowledge?
Secondly, the understanding of Jewish culture of the First Century AD, the father announced the wedding, not the groom. Once all the preparations had been completed, it was not up to Jesus to announce when He would return, that was something which the Father determines.
Steps in a Jewish Wedding
1. Marriage Covenant—established by the Father. (Acts 20:28; 1Cor. 6:19-20; 1Cor. 11:25; Eph. 5:25-27).
2. Bridal Chamber Prepared—the son returns to his father’s house and prepares the bridal chamber. (John 6:62; John 14:2; Acts 1:9-11).
3. Bride Fetched—at a time determined by the father (Matt 24:36), the groom fetches the bride to bring her to his father’s house. “Although the bride was expecting her groom to come for her, she did not know the time of his coming. As a result, the groom’s arrival was preceded by a shout, which forewarned the bride to be prepared for his coming.” (John 14:3; 1Th. 4:13-18).
5- Jesus said that" OUR God is One GOD (Mark 12:29)

Answer:

ARE THERE THREE GODS WITHIN THE TRINITY?
The answer is of course no, there would be no concept of three gods within the Trinity. As we can attest that the Lord our God is one (Shema), nowhere in scripture or in any liturgy or creedal statements would there be any such implication of three gods as this would be Tritheism, not Trinity. In the Old Testament God is one; Exodus 8:10; Deut 6:4, and in the New Testament God is one; Mark 12:29.

John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. What initially seems as a clear statement of the Word God, for some it just isn’t the case at all? What can we derive from this scripture?

The Word was in the beginning
The Word was with God
The Word was God

In the beginning is not suggesting a created notion for in the concluding of the sentence, the Word was God. And we would not suggest God was a created being, and yet there is a distinction of the Word (Word was with God) from God and yet not stating two Gods in any sense. So there would be no biblical connotations of a plurality of gods. The term “in the beginning” would describe the Word God that would be to take on flesh in they hypostatic union within that chapter, so this is setting up the timeline so to speak.

John 1:2 The same was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made.

John 1: 14 And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.

When the Word of God became flesh, it was not that the nature of the Word was changed and became flesh. That is to say that the Word lost or gave up divinity to become a man. But the two natures became one without a loss to either nature, this describes of the perfect union (hypostasis) of the Word united to him flesh, which is animated by a rational soul.

Council of Ephesus describes this union as; two natures brought together in a true union (hypostatic) Christ and one Son—either natures not taken away from the natures as in eutychianism.
Divinity and humanity make perfect the one Lord Jesus Christ, born of the Father—born according to the flesh of a woman—not the divine nature beginning in the Virgin Mary. Virgin Mary—incarnate of her flesh—reasonable and intelligent soul. The Word God, and humanity of Jesus are not scattered or divided into two persons nor confused into one composite nature, not one in another, nor one added to another, but him the same in two natures. Each remains intact in the Godhead/manhood.

Moreover, this union is not describing two sons; he was made flesh, yet there would be not casting off his existence as God. Theotokos not as if the nature of the word had its beginning from the Virgin—holy body with a rational soul. Incarnate and made man—assumed flesh and blood he remained what he was, God in essence and in truth. Not casting off which he was (Kenosis theory), flesh was not changed into the nature of divinity, ineffable nature of the word of God was no laid aside for the nature of the flesh—he is unchanged.

We do not divide God from the man—not separate him into parts (two natures—no sharing of dignity and authority). We also do not give separately to the word, the name of Christ and the same name separately to a different one born of a woman only one Christ.
Three distinct persons each being God but not each a God in the sense of adding up the essence, but the persons are three. God is a multidimensional being, which is outside the scope of our full understanding, so it would be most difficult to actually relate upon the essence of God through a finite mindset
6- Jesus also said "My GOD and your GOD" (John 20:17)

Answer:
We don’t deny the humanity of Jesus. The Word became Flesh (John 1:14): The Word took on flesh and has two separate natures, Divine and Human. There is no mixing, no dividing. Jesus is both truly God, truly man. When we understand the term “truly” as meaning “completely”; therefore it would follow that that there is no mixture of the divine with the humanity to make either thing something completely new in regards to a mixture. Also there is no addition to either nature or depletion of either nature. In other words, to be fully complete is complete—not partial, this is the hypostatic union. The Word is God which emanates from the Father, and his Word is of himself, just as our words come from us, not of anyone else. This is a perfect union so it remains now eternally as two complete and distinct natures of Christ within one person of Christ.
7-Jesus bowed his face down to the ground to GOD Almighty. (Matthew 26:39)

Answer:
Jesus prayed to the Father.
Father, Son, Holy Spirit = each having different roles in what is called the economy of the Trinity. The Father chooses who will be saved (Eph 1:4). The Son redeems them (Eph 1:7). The Holy Spirit seals them (Eph 1:7) Jesus works in perfect unity with the Father and knows and performs the will of the Father (John 8:42), and yet also has a human will within one person of the Word God incarnate within the hypostatic union (Truly God, Truly Man). This is why Jesus can claim he is The Truth (John 14:6).

The Word became Flesh (John 1:14): The Word took on flesh and has two separate natures, Divine and Human. There is no mixing, no dividing. Jesus is both truly God, truly man. So yes, Jesus would be praying to the Father.

See also Answer #9


8- Jesus was tempted by Satan for 40 days (Mat1:4), while GOD Almighty cannot be tempted (James 1:13)

Answer:
Luke 4:2 Being forty days tempted of the devil. And in those days he did eat nothing: and when they were ended, he afterward hungered.

The word “tempted” here is peiraz┼Ź which means; to try, make trial of, test: for the purpose of ascertaining his quality, or what he thinks, or how he will behave himself

James 1:13 Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth he any man:

Jesus responded with Luke 4:12 (Matt 4:7), And Jesus answering said unto him, It is said, Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God.

God cannot be tempted in James 1:13 means apeirastos.

Of God, it says cannot be tempted with evil, the word is used only here in the New Testament, apeirastos it means, he is not experienced in evil. He has no experience of evil. He has no capacity for evil. He has no vulnerability to evil.
9- Jesus said he is a man (John 8:40)
Answer:
First let’s look at the different views of Christ’s humanity from the early excogitations. Each view will be defined first by the view and then the heretical evasive nature that each view espouses.

1. Christ is both fully divine and fully man. The controlling force within Christ was His deity. He had neither faith, nor hope, since this would undermine His deity. Even from His mother’s womb, He was aware of all things, being omniscient. He exercised all the attributes of His deity at all times during His life.

Apollinarianism opposed the orthodox view of Jesus having two wills in one person. Apollinarianism is the belief that Christ was God who took on a human body without a human mind. The divine mind took the place of what would have been the human mind. The Word became flesh only in the sense that God took on a human body. Apollinarianism was condemned in Council of Constantinople 381)

2. Christ is both fully divine and fully man. In the incarnation, Christ’s humanity fully contained his deity. While there is no confusion in the natures, there is an intermingling of the properties of each nature.
Monophysitism opposed the orthodox view of Jesus having two natures. Monophysitism views Christ’s human nature as integrated with His divine nature, forming a new nature. Christ was from two natures before the union, but only one after the union. Monophysitism was condemned in Council of Chalcedon 451.

3. Christ is both fully divine and fully man. In the  incarnation, Christ’s humanity cannot contain His deity. Therefore, Christ exists in the humanity of Jesus, and in the eternity of the Second Person of the Trinity. However; the unity of the two natures is in one person. There is only one state of consciousness contained fully in Christ.
Nestorianism opposed the view of Jesus having two natures in one person. Nestorianism is the view that Christ was fully man and fully God, and these two natures were united in purpose, not person. They had difficulty understanding how someone with two
10- God is neither a man nor a son of a man (Numbers 23:19)

Answer:
Often times you hear the verse Numbers 23:19 to describe that God is not a man.
Numbers 23:19 God is not a man that he should lie; neither the son of man that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? Or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?
The authorial intent is that God doesn’t lie, doesn’t repent, and whatever he says he will do it. The scripture here isn’t referencing God as being a man in the physical sense (neither is Exodus 15:3 KJV), but in the sense of man’s corrupted nature as to lie and not make good on his words.

As Trinitarians, we do not call God a man. We call Jesus God. We recognize Jesus as the God-man, but we believe Jesus has two separate natures being divine and human. We never mix the two into one nature, and we do not divide the divine and human into two persons. Jesus is God and man in one person within the hypostatic union.
11- No one can see god (1 John 4:20) but people saw Jesus
Answer:
1 John 4:20English Standard Version (ESV)  If anyone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen cannot love God whom he has not seen.

This simply means that if one says they truly Love God and hates his brother (fellow believer), then they aren’t really loving God.
12- God is the living and everlasting (Habakkuk 1:12)

Answer:
Correct, God is the living and everlasting.  in Isaiah 9:6 he uses the same type of language to refer to the Messiah. He’s the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end—the one who is and who was and who is to come—the Almighty (Rev. 1:8; 1:16-17).

"For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us; And the government will rest on His shoulders; And His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace." (Isaiah 9:6).
13- Jesus always confessed he is just a prophet sent by god (Matthew 21:10-11)

Answer:
Matt 21:10 As he entered Jerusalem the whole city was thrown into an uproar, saying, “Who is this?” 21:11 And the crowds were saying, “This is the prophet Jesus, from Nazareth  in Galilee.”

We don’t deny the humanity of Jesus, already covered in Answer #9.

14- God Declare Himself to be God, Jesus didn't (Ezekiel 20:20)

Answer:
Ezekiel 20:20 Treat my Sabbaths as holy  and they will be a reminder of our relationship, 34  and then you will know that I am the Lord your God.
Jesus is the Lord of the Sabbath.

Sons of God aren’t the same as The Son of God (The Son of Man). Daniel 7:13, the term The Son of Man is Bar Enash, which carries the connotation of a foremost heir to a throne, and a strong claim to divinity.

Matt 12:8 For the Son of man is Lord even of the Sabbath day.
Job 25:6 the term is a son of man is Bar Adam, which refers to mankind in general, not a divine figure coming in the clouds to judge mankind.

Mark 14:62 And Jesus said, I am: and ye shall see the Son of man sitting on the right hand of power, and coming in the clouds of heaven.
Jesus understood the Son of Man to exist prior to His human birth:
No one has ever gone into heaven except the one who came from heaven—the Son of Man. (John 3:13)
What if you see the Son of Man ascend to where he was before! (John 6:62)

15- Jesus told his real mission was to preach not sacrifice (Mark1:38)

Answer:
Incorrect, this passage of Mark was for a specific  setting and significance to case out demons.

Mark  1:35 Then  Jesus  got up early in the morning when it was still very dark, departed, and went out to a deserted place, and there he spent time in prayer.  1:36 Simon and his companions searched for him. 1:37 When they found him, they said, “Everyone is looking for you.” 1:38 He replied, “Let us go elsewhere, into the surrounding villages, so that I can preach there too. For that is what I came out here to do.”  1:39 So   he went into all of Galilee preaching in their synagogues and casting out demons.

But Jesus’s real mission was this…

John 10:17 This is why the Father loves me – because I lay down my life, so that I may take it back again. 10:18 No one takes it away from me, but I lay it down of my own free will.  I have the authority to lay it down, and I have the authority to take it back again. This commandment I received from my Father.”
Matt 1: 20But after he had considered this, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, “Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. 21She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins.” 22All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: 23“The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel” (which means “God with us”).

Luke 24: 44He said to them, “This is what I told you while I was still with you: Everything must be fulfilled that is written about me in the Law of Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms.” 45Then he opened their minds so they could understand the Scriptures. 46He told them, “This is what is written: The Messiah will suffer and rise from the dead on the third day, 47and repentance for the forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. 48You are witnesses of these things. 49I am going to send you what my Father has promised; but stay in the city until you have been clothed with power from on high.” 24When Joseph woke up, he did what the angel of the Lord had commanded him and took Mary home as his wife. 25But he did not consummate their marriage until she gave birth to a son. And he gave him the name Jesus.
16- Jesus desired Mercy not Sacrifice (Matthew 9:13)

Answer:
Matt 9:13 Go and learn what this saying means: ‘I want mercy and not sacrifice.’  For I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners.”  [A quotation from Hos 6:6]
God had revealed through Hosea that the apostates of his day had lost the heart of temple worship even though they continued to practice its rituals. Jesus implied that the Pharisees had done the same thing. They were preserving the external practices of worship carefully, but they had failed to maintain its essential heart. Their attitude toward the tax collectors and sinners showed this. God, on the other hand, cares more for the spiritual wholeness of people than He does about flawless worship.

Jesus did not mean that the tax collectors and sinners needed Him but the Pharisees did not. His quotation put the Pharisees in the same category as the apostates of Hosea’s day. They needed Him too even though they believed they were righteous enough.

The last part of verse 13 defines Jesus’ ministry of preparing people for the coming kingdom. “Compassion” (NASB) or “mercy” (NIV, Heb. hesed) was what characterized His mission. He came to “call” (Gr. kalesai) or “invite” people to repentance and salvation. Paul’s used this Greek work in the sense of efficacious calling, but that is not how Jesus used it. If someone does not see himself or herself as a sinner, that person will have no part in the kingdom.
17- Jesus referred himself as Servant: Matthew 10:24, 24:45, 12:18 John 13:16

Answer:

Correct, Jesus is the suffering servant of Isaiah 53.

Phillipians 2:5 You should have the same attitude toward one another that Christ Jesus had,  2:6 who though he existed in the form of God did not regard equality with God as something to be grasped, 2:7 but emptied himself by taking on the form of a slave, by looking like other men, and by sharing in human nature.  2:8 He humbled himself, by becoming obedient to the point of death – even death on a cross! 2:9 As a result God exalted him and gave him the name that is above every name, 2:10 so that at the name of Jesus every knee will bow – in heaven and on earth and under the earth – 2:11 and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father.

18- Referred himself as Prophet:
Matthew 8:20 13:16,21:11, Mark 6:15, 6;4, 9;37, Luke 7:16, 9:8, 9:19, John 13:17, 7:16, 6:14, 7:40

Answer:
Correct, we do not deny the humanity of Jesus, see answer #9.
Malachi 3:1 “I am about to send my messenger [John the Baptist], who will clear the way before me [God]. Indeed, the Lord you are seeking will suddenly come to his temple [Jesus], and the messenger of the covenant, whom you long for, is certainly coming,” says the Lord who rules over all. [Emphasis mine]

19- Referred himself as The Son of Man:
Matthew 5:9, 17:22, 8:20, 18:11, 26:2, Luke9:22, John 5:27

Answer:
Correct, this is a divine claim, already answered in question #14. Daniel 7:13, the term The Son of Man is Bar Enash, which carries the connotation of a foremost heir to a throne, and a strong claim to divinity.

20- Referred himself as a Slave: John 13:16, Matthew 10:24
Answer:
Already covered in answer #17

Phillipians 2:5 You should have the same attitude toward one another that Christ Jesus had,  2:6 who though he existed in the form of God did not regard equality with God as something to be grasped, 2:7 but emptied himself by taking on the form of a slave, by looking like other men, and by sharing in human nature.  2:8 He humbled himself, by becoming obedient to the point of death – even death on a cross! 2:9 As a result God exalted him and gave him the name that is above every name, 2:10 so that at the name of Jesus every knee will bow – in heaven and on earth and under the earth – 2:11 and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father.

21- Referred himself as a Student: Matthew 10:24
Answer:
Jesus’ point was that persecution should not surprise His disciples. They had seen the scribes and Pharisees, and even John’s disciples, oppose Jesus. They could expect the same treatment.
Beelzebul was Satan, the head of the household of demons (12:24-27). The word “Beelzebul” probably came from the Hebrew baal zebul meaning “Prince Baal.” Baal was the chief Canaanite deity, and the Jews regarded him as the personification of all that was evil and satanic. The house in view is Israel. Jesus as Messiah was the head of that household. However, His critics charged Him with being Satan (cf. 9:34). Therefore the disciples could expect similar slander from their enemies.
22- Father is Greater than Jesus (John 14:28) How can someone can be greater than God?

Answer:
Already covered in answer #2

23- Jesus was taught by the Father (John 8:28)

Answer:
John 8:28 Then Jesus said, “When you lift up the Son of Man, then you will know that I am he,  and I do nothing on my own initiative, but I speak just what the Father taught me.  8:29 And the one who sent me is with me. He has not left me alone, because I always do those things that please him.” 8:30 While he was saying these things, many people believed in him.
Lifting up (Gr. hypsoo) the Son of Man refers to His crucifixion, which John viewed as His exaltation (cf. 3:14; 12:23). The title “Son of Man” is messianic (Dan. 7:13-14) with emphasis on His perfect humanity. Jesus’ enemies would lift Him up. When they did, they would realize that Jesus was the self-existent God. Jesus did not mean that His crucifixion would convince all His critics of His true identity but that that exaltation would be the key to many of them believing on Him (cf. 12:32). The Crucifixion would convince many unbelievers of Jesus’ true identity (cf. Acts 2).
“This concept of the death on the cross of one who was one with the Father is the great central thought of this Gospel.”
Jesus again affirmed that everything He said came from and with the authority of His Father (cf. vv. 16, 18, 26). All that He said and did was the Father’s will, including the Cross. Jesus continually expressed His dependence on the Father and gloried in the Father’s presence with Him (cf. 3:34; 5:30; 6:38; 8:16; et al.). Even though His own rejected Jesus and crucified Him, the Father never abandoned Him. Jesus’ ultimate purpose was to please His Father.
24- Jesus can do nothing by himself (John 5:19, John 5:30)

Answer:
John 5:18 For this reason the Jewish leaders  were trying even harder to kill him, because not only was he breaking the Sabbath, but he was also calling God his own Father, thus making himself equal with God.

5:19 So Jesus answered them, “I tell you the solemn truth, the Son can do nothing on his own initiative, but only what he sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, the Son does likewise. 5:20 For the Father loves the Son and shows him everything he does, and will show him greater deeds than these, so that you will be amazed. 5:21 For just as the Father raises the dead and gives them life, so also the Son gives life to whomever he wishes. 5:22 Furthermore, the Father does not judge anyone, but has assigned all judgment to the Son, 5:23 so that all people will honor the Son just as they honor the Father. The one who does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent him.
25- Jesus does not even has his own doctrine (John 7:16)

Answer:
Jesus responded by explaining that His knowledge had come from the One who had sent Him, namely, God the Father (cf. 5:19-30). It had not come from Himself. He meant that His was not knowledge that He had dreamed up or arrived at through independent study. Jewish rabbis normally cited other rabbis as the sources of their information. Jesus avoided giving the impression that He was an inventive upstart, but He also implied that His teaching was not simply the continuation of rabbinic tradition. His teaching did not come from the rabbis or from self-study but directly from God.
“It is characteristic of many of the outstanding men of the Bible that they are convinced that they must do what they are doing, and say what they are saying, because they have received a divine commission.”
Also, we know that Jesus did bring new teachings within the New Covenant.

Luke 22:19 Then he took bread, and after giving thanks he broke it and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.” 22:20 And in the same way he took the cup after they had eaten, saying, “This cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood.

And in Matthew Chapter 5:28-48, Jesus used the terminology…”But I say unto you”

26- Jesus ascend to his God (John 20:17)

Answer:

Yes, because Jesus is also human.

Jesus described the Father in a new way. He was Jesus’ Father, but He was also the disciples’ Father. Jesus did not say “our” Father. He and His disciples had a different relationship to the Father. Nevertheless they were all sons of the Father albeit in a different sense (cf. 1:12-13, 18; 5:19-30). Therefore Jesus called the disciples His “brothers” here. The context clarifies that Jesus was referring to the disciples and not to His physical half-brothers (v. 18). Likewise Jesus’ relationship to God was similar to, though not exactly the same as, the disciples’ relationship to God. The emphasis in Jesus’ statement was on the privileges that His disciples now shared with Him because of His death, resurrection, and ascension (cf. Rom 8:15-16; Heb. 2:11-12).
27- According to Christians, Jesus died as recorded in Matthew 27:27-56 but Bible says that God is infinite Psalms 102:27-27
Answer:
Correct, Jesus did die,

Luke 24:44-49New International Version (NIV)
44 He said to them, “This is what I told you while I was still with you: Everything must be fulfilled that is written about me in the Law of Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms.” 45 Then he opened their minds so they could understand the Scriptures. 46 He told them, “This is what is written: The Messiah will suffer and rise from the dead on the third day, 47 and repentance for the forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. 48 You are witnesses of these things. 49 I am going to send you what my Father has promised; but stay in the city until you have been clothed with power from on high.”

Only the humanity of Jesus died, the Word God did NOT die.

28- Jesus needed to Pray, Eat, Drink and Was Helped by Woman, as stated in Luke 8:1-3 but God in Bible is self-sufficient Psalm 50:12

Answer:
Already covered, see answer #5
29- The God remain the same in nature (Hebrews 1:12)

Answer:
See answers #1, 2, 4, 5
30- Jesus is the same human today, yesterday and forever (Hebrew 13:8)
Answer:
Hebrews 13:8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever!
Actually, Jesus is now resurrected. So he has a resurrected body. The verse isn’t really about the humanity of Jesus.

“‘Yesterday’ the original leaders preached Jesus Christ, even as the writer does now; the present time can tolerate no other approach to the grace of God (2:9). ‘Forever’ recalls the quality of the redemption secured by Jesus Christ (5:9; 9:12, 14-15; 13:20) and of the priesthood of Christ (7:24-25): it is ‘eternal.’“ Jesus had also died and gone to heaven (cf. 12:2). His example of faithfulness, as expounded in this epistle, should be a continuing encouragement to all believers. He is as faithful to His promises now as He ever was, and He always will be faithful to them.
31- Jesus could not save anyone as he was even not able to save himself (Hebrews 5:1-8)
Answer:

The mission of Jesus wasn’t to save himself.
Matthew 1:20-23New International Version (NIV)
20 But after he had considered this, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, “Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. 21 She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins.”
22 All this took place to fulfill what the Lord had said through the prophet: 23 “The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel” (which means “God with us”).
Mark 10:45 For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many."
Luke 24:44-49New International Version (NIV)
44 He said to them, “This is what I told you while I was still with you: Everything must be fulfilled that is written about me in the Law of Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms.”
45 Then he opened their minds so they could understand the Scriptures. 46 He told them, “This is what is written: The Messiah will suffer and rise from the dead on the third day, 47 and repentance for the forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem. 48 You are witnesses of these things. 49 I am going to send you what my Father has promised; but stay in the city until you have been clothed with power from on high.”
Galatians 4:4-11New International Version (NIV)
4 But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, 5 to redeem those under the law, that we might receive adoption to sonship.6 Because you are his sons, God sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, the Spirit who calls out, “Abba,Father.” 7 So you are no longer a slave, but God’s child; and since you are his child, God has made you also an heir.
32- Jesus said he was send to lost sheep of Israel (Matthew 15:24)
Was Jesus only sent to Israel?
Often times Muslims will use Matt 10:5; Matt 15:24; John 4:22 to say Jesus was only sent to the lost sheep of Israel. He answered, "I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel."
But what they tend to ignore is that in 1 Cor 14:6-28; Matt 28:19; Col 3:16; John 3:16; John 10:16 these passages insinuate that Jesus is for all nations.  And they also ignore many other passages as well.
Acts 13:47 "The Lord has commanded us, saying, I have set you to be a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring salvation to the uttermost parts of the earth"
Acts 18:6 "Henceforth, I (Paul) will go unto the Gentiles"
Rom. 10:12 For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.
Rom. 15:16 "I should be the minister of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles"
“Matt. 10:5 refers to a specific mission, the sending forth of the seventy, and says nothing that can be construed as a permanent, all-time, everybody directive against Gentile evangelization. The second verse is spoken by Jesus and refers to the mission Jesus had while on earth, which was primarily to the Jews. It says nothing about a permanent directive, and indeed is not said to disciples at all.” –[James Patrick Holding]
What is interesting about Matt 15:24 is that this passage was directed to a specific person, that being A Canaanite Woman’s Faith. As we see in Matt 15:28 Jesus said her faith was great, and her request was granted. This was used as a test for the woman’s faith [Jesus as the rich young ruler in Mark 10:18].

Dr. Constable notes:
[“A good teacher may sometimes aim to draw out a pupil’s best insight by a deliberate challenge which does not necessarily represent the teacher’s own view—even if the phrase ‘devil’s advocate’ may not be quite appropriate to this context!”]
What is also interesting is that during Pentecost, they were speaking in tongues. Why would tongues be utilized if not for people of all nations which have different languages? Clearly the gift of tongues was to reach those outside of Israel and to nations that didn’t speak Greek, Hebrew, or Aramaic.
Speaking in tongues in Acts 2.
Take a look at who was in the crowd when Peter preached on Pentecost:
Acts 2:8 How is it that each of us can hear in our own native language?
9 Parthians, Medes, Elamites; those who live in Mesopotamia, in Judea and Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia, 10 Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of Libya near Cyrene; visitors from Rome, both Jews and proselytes, 11 Cretans and Arabs—we hear them speaking the magnificent acts of God in our own languages.”
Luke says Arabs were there, but not a word about them being Muslim!
33- God can not be born and perhaps form his own creation

Answer:
We don’t believe God was born, but that the Word God became Flesh John 1:1-18
34- Jesus never said people to worship me
Answer:

Of course he didn’t say that.

Phillipians 2:5 You should have the same attitude toward one another that Christ Jesus had,  2:6 who though he existed in the form of God did not regard equality with God as something to be grasped, 2:7 but emptied himself by taking on the form of a slave, by looking like other men, and by sharing in human nature.  2:8 He humbled himself, by becoming obedient to the point of death – even death on a cross! 2:9 As a result God exalted him and gave him the name that is above every name, 2:10 so that at the name of Jesus every knee will bow – in heaven and on earth and under the earth – 2:11 and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father.

35- Jesus did not teach Trinity

Answer:
Actually, yes he did. He even told us to baptize in the name of the Trinity.

1Matt 28:19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
36- God is the essence of the worship. He is the object of worship. Had Jesus been God, he would have told people to worship him. Truly, he did the exact opposite as in Matthew 15:9
Answer:
Actually, God is not in need of worship to exist. Satan asked for worship, is it his essence of worship?
Matt 4:8Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor. 9“All this I will give you,” he said, “if you will bow down and worship me.”

Secondly, in Matthew 15:9, a quotation from Isaiah 29:13, Jesus wasn’t speaking about them worshipping him.

There are a number of verses where Jesus accepted worship. He never denied worship.
Matthew 2:11 And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense and myrrh. [Even a talking infant Jesus (if true as Muslims claim) did not tell them not to worship him]
Matthew 14:33: Then they that were in the ship came and worshipped him, saying, Of a truth thou art the Son of God.

Matthew 28:9-10: 9 And as they went to tell his disciples, behold, Jesus met them, saying, All hail. And they came and held him by the feet, and worshipped him. 10 Then said Jesus unto them, Be not afraid: go tell my brethren that they go into Galilee, and there shall they see me.
Matthew 28:16-17 16 Then the eleven disciples went away into Galilee, into a mountain where Jesus had appointed them. 17 And when they saw him, they worshipped him: but some doubted.
Luke 24:51: 51 And it came to pass, while he blessed them, he was parted from them, and carried up into heaven.

John 9:37-38 37 And Jesus said unto him, Thou hast both seen him, and it is he that talketh with thee. 38 And he said, Lord, I believe. And he worshipped him.
Hebrews 1:6: 6 And again, when he bringeth in the first begotten into the world, he saith, And let all the angels of God worship him.

Revelation 22:3 3 And there shall be no more curse: but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it; and his servants shall serve him:


37- Jesus never called his followers Christians, Paul did
Answer:
This has nothing to do with disproving Jesus is God.
38- Jesus as a servant of God (Matthew 12:18)

Answer:

See answer #17