Jesusí Declaration of Allahís Perfection.

Jesus also admits in John 5:30 that :

"I can of my own self do nothing: as I hear I judge: and my judgement is just; because I seek not my own will, but the will of the Father which hath sent me. If I bear witness of myself my witness is not true." -(John 5:30-31) This admission of weakness on his own account is evidence that Jesus could do naught without the support of God. God is independent and self sufficient, Jesus himself said he does not posses these attributes, thus again the falseness of the Christians claim of the divinity of Jesus is proven, through the Gospels themselves.

A further proof that Jesus cannot be God, is in the extract from Matt 19:16, where one man called Jesus, "Good Master." Jesusí reply is stated in Matt 19:17 to be, "Why callest thou me good? There is none good, but one, that is God." Jesus himself refused to be called good as this is an attribute of God himself. If Jesus had professed himself to be a deity, he would not have hesitated to associate such an attribute to himself.

Jesus has also been reported to have said, whilst on the cross, "My God, why hast thou forsaken me ?" (Matt 27:46) It is just not feasible that God would (or could) forsake himself or a part of himself, thus we have once again a contradiction presented by the Christians themselves of their own belief.

There are many more extracts from the Gospels proving that Jesus cannot be Son of God, the above are just are few, but still a clear picture emerges of a religion rife with contradictions and unstable beliefs.

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