Choose any of the fifteen or more that I gave you. Each of them is insistently incompatible with Jesus being God, and each is from the horse's mouth.Great! So all we need now is the “I, Jesus Christ, deny that I am God” quote you claim you found.
And since you have no case where Jesus claims to be God, under our agreed rules that makes the score not less than 15-0 in my favor.
I don't recall that we said all scripture was equally authoritative. I take it that words attributed to Jesus in direct speech in the gospels are the most authoritative of all. Should Paul contradict Jesus, for instance, Paul would lose, no?why are you trying to limit me to the quotes of Jesus when we just agreed that all scripture is authoritative?
And all the other arguments didn't arise until the late fourth century, long after Jesus' death, when, as you know, to satisfy the religious politics of the day, the Trinity doctrine, incoherence and all, was invented.
It's this anachrony you keep ignoring. No such issue existed in Jesus' time.
Who gives a tart about blasphemy? Much as some churches like to do so, you can't alter the facts by declaring them blasphemous. (You remind me of Wojtyła forbidding the faithful to discuss the ordination of women as priests.) And in this case it would make Jesus a fifteen-fold blasphemer or worse ─ there's a dingbat notion for you.You see blasphemy as an anachronism for the 1st Century AD? Where are you getting this stuff?
Of course it couldn't have been blasphemy before the latter fourth century anyway, since there was no Trinity doctrine before then. And it's incoherent anyway, so no one can say what it means, hence how any remark about it could be blasphemous.
Have you started your Trinity thread yet?