The Civil Writer Magazine

Jesus is a historical figure in religion and therefore many peoples faith. Jesus's divinity may be failing some at this point with their belief based on unsubstantiated information that requires faith. There are no Bible verses that can explicitly define Jesus as God. The fact that these verses were written almost 2,000 years ago should have been much more responsible in proving that Jesus was God.

The books of Matthew, Mark, and John, etc.., were written many decades after the actual events of Jesus, actually 40 years later. Presumably, the stories were passed by word of mouth from the actual events because there were no databases, libraries or old newspapers to collect information from. If you took quantum computing and pulled information from these different resources of Jesus's time all the information would be plagiarized and some overlapping stories.

Of all the biblical history there is only one independent source of information which is the book Antiquities of the Jews, written by the first-century Jewish historian Flavius Josephus around 93–94 AD, that contain two references to Jesus of Nazareth and one reference to John the Baptist. For Quantum computing that would not be enough cooperating or collaborating information to justify Jesus as God. Miracles of Jesus cannot be proven. If you use empirical evidence about Lazarus’ when Jesus asked that his tomb be opened up, we can imagine a dead body and a disbelief rather than a need to have quantum computing state Jesus was not a God based on that scripture of Lazarus. What is fair about quantum computing is it doesn't use faith as a basis to compute evidence. Like all computing systems it rely on a fundamental ability to store and manipulate consistent but independent information.