Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani ?

One question of the gospel the most fundamental is a problem the divinity of Jesus (Trinity). Christians believe 100% that Jesus is Lord as the doctrine of the church, not from the Bible, science and common sense, because the trinity is unreasonable of human being. The question is simply could be answered if the Christians like reading and critiquing as well as the practice the contents of the Bible, and studying it more deeply. By using the arguments which is very rational, logical, easily understood and based on various verses in the Bible, it can be answered.

About three in the afternoon Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eli, Eli,lema sabachthani?” (which means “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”).” (Matthew 24:46)

When Jesus nailed and hung on the cross before he died he exclaimed calling his Lord (Allah) “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” Cries of Jesus as such it gives understanding as follows:
– If Jesus is God, the Lord where else did he call ?
– If Jesus was prepared by God to die on the cross in order to atone for the sins of mankind, certainly not necessary he should be screaming asking for please God, he should willingly crucified.
– If in Jesus, there is God, why is he still calling to God again? This proves that Jesus and God are not fused.
– Logical: Each of the shouting calling Lord surely he is not God. Jesus shouting calling Lord, it means that Jesus is not God.

Based on rational, logical, easily understood and based on various verses in the Bible : Jesus is not god, but a messenger of god. so, the church is false about Jesus and it is a true that rational, logical, easily understood and based on various verses in the Bible.

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