The Civil Writer Magazine

If Jesus had unlimited powers and infinite authority as a God, how could a cross, nails and a sword be used against an omnipotent entity. What can be beyond omnipotence in power; certainly not a cross, nails and sword against a God. A true God is both omnilock meaning

existing outside of space/time/reality and

omnipotent which is power over everything and anything that exists. Was Jesus a God before the crucifixion with the capability of turning off his powers just before the nails entered into his hands and feet and then turning omnipotence back on to push the grave stone away and become an omnipotent God again while still using the same fallible body that he was crucified in. A true God cannot be capable of lying down and dying as an omnipotent and omnilock diety. Are we simply observing a god complex within Jesus, characterized by consistently inflated feelings of personal ability, privilege, or infallibility. The god complex comes with a body and soul that will die. The god complex is a delusion of grandeur believing they are someone other than who they are, such as a supernatural figure, God or even a celebrity. A delusion of grandeur may also be a belief that they have special abilities, possessions, or powers. But as for Jesus's the cross, nails and sword shouldn't have brought an end to an omnipotent God even for a day and a half, but to his delusions something put him to death.