5 Simple Arguments Showing Jesus is God

Is Jesus God? Outlined arguments for Deity of Jesus from His Deeds

I. Salvation Argument For Deity of Christ Jesus(Adopted from Athanasius)

1. No creature can redeem another creature.
2. According to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Jesus Christ is a creature.
3. Therefore, according to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Jesus Christ cannot redeem humanity.
4. It is not true that Jesus Christ cannot redeem humanity.
5. Therefore it is not true that Jesus Christ is a creature.

Simpler Form

1. Only God and God alone can save.
2. Jesus Christ saves.
3. Therefore Jesus Christ is God.

II. Creation Argument For Deity of Christ Jesus

1. Only God and God alone created all things that were created.
2. Jesus Christ created all things that were created.
3. Therefore Jesus Christ is God.

III. Ultimate Judge Argument For Deity of Christ Jesus

1. Only God and God alone is the Ultimate Judge of all people.
2. Jesus Christ is the Ultimate Judge of all people.
3. Therefore Jesus Christ is God.

VI. Omni-X Argument For Deity of Christ Jesus

1. Only God and God alone is Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Omniscient and Morally Perfect.
2. Jesus Christ is Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Omniscient and Morally Perfect.
3. Therefore Jesus Christ is God

V. Forgiveness of Sin Authority Argument For Deity of Christ

1. Only God and God alone has authority to forgive all sins.
2. Jesus Christ has authority to forgive all sins.
3. Therefore Jesus Christ is God.

Note: The term God stands for Jehovah, Yahweh(OT Septuagint: Kyrios, Lord) and Save stands for breaking of the power of sin and giving eternal life.

“Through Jesus” Common Objection on Creation Argument, Compare John 1.1-3(through Jesus) with Romans 11:33-36 (through God)

Pow! There Goes Jehovah’s Witnesses Down

A wonderfully and respectfully dressed young lady, Linda passing out the Watch Tower and & Awake Magazines met  Christian at a cafe.

Christian: Why should I be a Jehovah’s Witness?

End of Doomed System

Linda: Because you love Creator Jehovah God, you appreciate the great sacrifice he and his Son Jesus Christ made for you, because you long to see an end to all wickedness and suffering, and because you want to share the knowledge of that hope with others.

Christian: Is that why you became a Jehovah’s Witness?

Linda: Yes and the truth that only Jehovah’s Witnesses have hope of surviving the impending end of this doomed system dominated by Satan the Devil.

Christian: Okay!

Linda: Oh! and also to receive everlasting life in the earthly Paradise we must identify Jehovah Witnesses’ organization and serve God as part of it.

Christian: I do love God. I believe and worship Christ Jesus as my Lord and my God(John 20:28), and I believe that God the Father in his joy and pleasure loved me and demonstrated this by sending His Son to died for my sins showing his holiness and justice. An act that goes beyond appreciation and adoration.

Linda: I understand your position, but I think you are mistaken in thinking Jesus is God.

Christian: Then who is Jesus?

Linda: Jesus is an archangel Michael, the first creation of Jehovah God.

Christian: If Jesus is a creature, then we ought not to worship him as God.

Linda: Yes, reverent adoration should be expressed only to God. To render worship to anyone or anything else would be a form of idolatry, which is condemned in both the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures. — Exodus 20:4, 5; Galatians 5: 19, 20.

WT Oct 15, 1945 p 313

Christian:  Please do take my next question in a loving way:
Why did Jehovah’s Witness worshiped Jesus in their first 75 years?

Linda: That is not true, we never worshiped Jesus!

Christian: Can I  quote you from The Watchtower, your official magazine, October 15th of 1945, page 313?

Linda: Go ahead.

Christian: It says:

“….whosoever should worship Him must also worship and bow down to Jehovah’s Chief One in that capital organization, namely, Christ Jesus.”

Linda: I honestly did not know that. But I believe there must be an explanation for that.

Christian: I thought that too, but then I also read Interesting Queries from July 15th of 1898, Question and Answers in Zion’s Watch Tower page 216.

Question. “… Was he[Jesus] really worshipped, or is the translation faulty?

Answer. Yes, we believe our Lord Jesus while on earth was really worshipped, and properly so” Continue reading

Refuting Krishna Myth Parallelism To Christianity

I would recommend you to first read, Refuting Mithra and Attis Myth Parallelism To Christianity, because I will not repeat some of the obvious errors that Copy-Cat Myth lovers commit.


In this article, I set to bust another claim, that refute Copy-Cat Theory myth. Krishna is claimed to have being crucified, died and rose again in three days just like Christian story. But a simple read of original documents tells another story:

The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa; translated by Kisari Mohan Ganguli(published between 1883 and 1896) records the following accounts:

“A fierce hunter of the name of Jara then came there, desirous of deer. The hunter, mistaking Keshava, who was stretched on the earth in high Yoga, for a deer, pierced him at the heel with a shaft and quickly came to that spot for capturing his prey. Coming up, Jara beheld a man dressed in yellow robes, rapt in Yoga and endued with many arms. Regarding himself an offender, and filled with fear, he touched the feet of Keshava. The high-souled one comforted him and then ascended upwards, filling the entire welkin with splendour. When he reached Heaven, Vasava and the twin Ashvinis and Rudra and the Adityas and the Vasus and the Viswedevas, and Munis and Siddhas and many foremost ones among the Gandharvas, with the Apsaras, advanced to receive him. Then, O king, the illustrious Narayana of fierce energy, the Creator and Destroyer of all, that preceptor of Yoga, filling Heaven with his splendour, reached his own inconceivable region. Krishna then met the deities and (celestial) Rishis and Charanas, O king, and the foremost ones among the Gandharvas and many beautiful Apsaras and Siddhas and Saddhyas. All of them, bending in humility, worshipped him. The deities all saluted him, O monarch, and many foremost of Munis and Rishis worshipped him who was the Lord of all. The Gandharvas waited on him, hymning his praises, and Indra also joyfully praised him.”(Mahabharata, Book 16: Mausala Parva Section 4) Continue reading

A Chat With Atheists

Dialogue Between A Christian And Negative Atheist:

This dialogue is fictional but inspired by the comments in this blog. Enjoy the dialogue between Christian, Negative Atheist, and Positive Atheist.

Christian: I have offered you six arguments for existence of God, what do you think about them.

Negative atheist: They are flaw, can you not see that? If you can’t then maybe that is your problem.

Christian: How are they flaw?

Negative atheist: There is NO evidence that can prove ANY god exists

Christian: But can you at least show me where the flaw in these six arguments for existence of God?

Negative atheist: It is just flaw, haven’t you read the mocking, jeering, and insulting of on these arguments found in the”clever atheistic bloggers and youtube clips, the arguments are just flaw, they have being refuted! Can you not see that?

Christian: Please share at least one flaw from these atheistic bloggers

Negative atheist: Kalam argument example, Everything that begin to exist has a cause. Where does god come from…what caused him to exist??

Christian: I think you misunderstood the argument. It does not argue for everything that exist has a cause, but everything that BEGIN to exist. God did NOT BEGIN to exist thus needs no cause. Continue reading

Burden Of Proof, The Atheist’s Rabbit Hole

By Prayson Daniel

When majority of atheists are asked to give an argument(s) for holding their position, Burden of Proof counter-argument is often given ” The burden of proof is on you believers, to offer some sort of evidence that God exist” to avoid the question. I coined a name for this maneuver,” the rabbit back in the hole!”.

In this article I will try to explore, what is Burden of Proof and atheism. The Aim of this article is to to answer the question  of whether atheists are in deed off the Burden of Proof’s hook(namely giving support of their position they hold)

Wrong Presumption:

Mid-twentieth century atheists promoted the “presumption of atheism” as a default position, namely at the face value, this would appear to be a claim that the absence of evidence for the existence of God, we should presume that God does not exit. Thus a theist ought to bear a burden of proof to proof that God exit.

Should Christian agree with this presumption of atheism? Are atheist off the hook in giving arguments for holding there position?

N.B: Presumption of atheism commits argument to ignorance.

Burden Of Proof:

They are two type of burden of proof to be considered: Legal burden of proof and philosophical burden of proof.

The legal burden of proof is an obligation that remains on a single party for the duration of the claim.

The burden of producing evidence means that in general the party that cites specific facts for the substantiation of its claim also has the burden of producing the evidence to prove these facts. This burden depends on the substantive law governing the claim. Permissible presumptions and legal rules can shift the burden in various situations.( Heinrich Nagel”evidence.” Encyclopædia Britannica.  Web. 03 Mar. 2011.)

The philosophic burden of proof is an obligation on a party in an epistemic dispute to provide sufficient warrant for their position.

Atheism And Burden of Proof Continue reading

Top Atheists Logic leads To God

Both Richard Dawkins(PhD Zoology) and Michael Ruse(PhD Philosophy of Science) reasoning on Morality lead to a conclusion that both deny, namely God exist.

Both Dawkins and Ruse remarks on Morality affirms the truthfulness of the two premises of Moral Argument for existence of God.

Premise 1. If God does not exist, then objective moral value and duties do not exist.

Richard Dawkins On Premise One:

In November 1995′s Scientic American p.81-85 Dawkins made it clear after his publication of River Out of Eden(BasicBooks, 1995) his position on Morals values and duties.

He writes in God’s Utility Function:


The total amount of suffering per year in the natural world is beyond all decent contemplation. During the mine that it takes me to compose this sentence, thousands of animals are being eaten alive, many others are running for their lives, whimpering with fear, others are being slowly devoured from within by rasping parasites, thousands of all kinds are dying of starvation, thirst and disease. It must be so. If there is ever a time of plenty, this very fact will automatically lead to an increase in population until the natural state of starvation and misery is restored. Continue reading