It appears to be that the main showing left in Christianity is to accept that Jesus is the Almighty God and paid for our transgressions. That might sound straight forward, yet it isn’t. As there are a few motivations to accept that Jesus isn’t God, out of which I will discuss the 7 most significant ones.
1 – If Jesus is God, how might he kick the bucket for our wrongdoings since God is Eternal? The Christian way of thinking is that God came as Jesus to pass on for our wrongdoings on the grounds that any individual couldn’t pay for or kick the bucket for our transgressions. As it is written in Ezekiel 18:20 that the child can not pay for the wrongdoing of the dad, nor might the dad at any point pay for the evildoing of the child. Christians make sense of that in this manner Almighty God himself needed to come to bite the dust for our wrongdoings. Yet, Almighty God is Eternal and He can not pass on. So on the off chance that Almighty What is the way God can not kick the bucket for sins, then there is not a great explanation for Him to come to the World.
2 – Jesus Christ showed Monotheism, not Trinity. Jesus Christ never showed Trinity in the Bible. As a matter of fact the word ‘Trinity’ doesn’t exist in the Bible and the refrain nearest to Trinity, 1 John 5:7 has been tossed out of the Revise Version of the Bible as an insertion, a mixture and manufacture. As per the Biblical researchers, this refrain, 1 John 5:7 doesn’t exist in the previous original copies of the Bible. In any case, when Jesus was asked that what is the main edict, Jesus rehashed what Moses had said before, “Shama Israelu Adonai Ila Hayno Adonai Ikhad” (Mark 12:29). And that signifies, “Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord.”
3 – Jesus Christ never guaranteed godlikeness in the Bible. Truth be told, there is certainly not a solitary clear proclamation in the total Bible, where Jesus Christ himself says the words, “I’m God” or “Love me.”
4 – Statements of Jesus go against any idea. There are proclamations of Jesus Christ in the Bible, which goes against any idea of eternality. As Jesus said, “my Father is more prominent than I” (John 14:28) and “I jar of my own self sit idle.” (John 5:30) Even besides when a man comes to Jesus and says “O my great expert”, Jesus answers, “for what reason do you call me great, when just God is great.” (Matthew 19:17) So leave to the side being called God, Jesus even would have rather not called great.
5 – Jesus was somewhat flawed as Almighty God should be. The Bible credits things to Jesus, which can not be ascribed to Almighty. For example, the Bible says that Jesus addressed his mom with an expression he used to address a whore, “you ladies.” The Bible likewise says that Jesus hurried the pigs down the lofty bank into the stream, where every one of the pigs suffocated and kicked the bucket. (Matthew 8:32) That Jesus says in the Revelations 2:22-23 that he would kill the offspring of an adulteress, while the actual youngsters are guiltless and it is their mom, who has committed infidelity. Such activities and articulations portray flaw, while Almighty God is great.