Did Jesus do real miracles?
Or did he fake those miracles in order to become a "god"?
Let us examine the miracles of Jesus to see if they were real miracles or not. Start with how he healed the blind:
How do the blind identify people? The blind rely extensively on their other senses, for spatial orientation, especially their hearing. They notice sounds that are often ignored by people capable to see. They also identify the people around them by memorizing their voiceprint. If Jesus really healed a blind man, and it wasn't a hoax, then this "blind" man should have recognized voiceprints. But this wasn't the case: He couldn't recognize voiceprints! Jesus spoke about the beggar near him, and then later spoke directly to him. This beggar knows exactly the voiceprint of the man who put clay on his eyes. If this were really a blind beggar he would have spontaneously recognized that voiceprint again, few hours later. But this was not the case. Jesus spoke to the beggar, but his voiceprint did not ring a bell at all. The beggar couldn't recognize voiceprints, which means: In this charade, Jesus and the beggar were trying to act normal in front of the Jews. But they made a mistake. A real blind man would have immediately recognized the voiceprint of the one who gave him his sight few hours earlier. It seems that Jesus and the beggar did not know that blind people recognize voiceprints spontaneously. They miscalculated the capabilities of the people born blind and staged the wrong act. A truly blind man would have recognized the voice of Jesus immediately. Jesus would not have needed to introduce himself any further; actually Jesus would not have needed to finish his sentence. But Jesus and this sighted beggar did not know this fact about the blind when they planned this charade. The innocent bystanders did not notice this and fell for it. Read more
The Sanhedrin (the highest Jewish court) found Jesus guilty of doing fake miracles (documented in the Talmud)... Christians claim that the Jews brought forward false witnesses to the Sanhedrin to testify against him... But from 'John' we can see that those witnesses were actually telling the truth to the Sanhedrin, that Jesus was indeed doing fake miracles… Read more