This Greek translation is not at all accurate, excuse me for saying but did not
Jesus speake aramiac like all Jews then who wanted to keep up the TENACK the TORAH and not RABINIC inventions?
Greek is not a semitic language, so here you have trickery again with Gospels written in a totally diferent language and dilivered by his own enemies with anouminous authurs.
Jesus never claimed to be God, the son or any of the above God but that he was sent by God,
I agree that Jesus will Judge those who claimed he was God, his Son, cousin or a 3 piece set of furniture to blame for there sins on with blame games thinking they can escape there own sins rather then simply doing God's will like Jesus told them.
Further for, with Pauline Christianity; [SIZE=1]Paul, not Jesus, is primarily responsible for the current Christian creed based on the doctrine of the Trinity (God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit). Saul was a Jew who reportedly persecuted the early Christians. His name was later changed to Paul, probably because the name Saul was associated with Judaism. One day on his way to Damascus, Paul had a vision that resulted in his conversion. Following this incident, Paul became the most ardent missionary of Christianity. (Noss 466-467) In his book The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons in History, Michael Hart lists Muhammad first, followed by Paul, and then Jesus. Hart proposes that the honor for the spread of Christianity has to be shared between Paul and Jesus. Apparently Paul won because he wrote more books of the Bible than any other author, whereas Jesus did not write a single word. It should also be noted that Paul never even met Jesus
Since Jesus did not write any of his teachings, historians are generally in agreement that the writings that have come down to us in the New Testament have been amplified with the predispositions of the early Christians, thus displacing the original teachings of Jesus.(Noss 446) More than three centuries after Jesus was reportedly crucified, there were many controversies and minutiae surrounding his status. Emperor Constantine called the first ecumenical council of the Christian church in ancient Nicaea (now Iznik, Turkey) in 325 CE to resolve the issue. He hoped that a general council would solve the problem created in the Eastern church by Arianism, a heresy first proposed by Arius of Alexandria, which affirmed that Jesus was not divine but a created being. The council condemned Arius and incorporated the non-scriptural word homoousios (of one substance) into what later became known as the Nicene Creed, signifying the absolute equality of the Son (Jesus) with the Father (God). Emperor Constantine then exiled Arius. To differ from the official and final version of this new theology which essentially stated that Jesus was God incarnate was blasphemy.(Encyclopedia Britannica)
Christianity later became the official religion of the Roman Empire under Theodosius, and there were attempts at formalization and uniformity within the church regarding the doctrine of the Trinity. This did not stop the controversy, and there were more ecumenical council debates between western and eastern Christians for generations. Western Christian theology eventually dominated. The result was that Christians, particularly in the East, who disagreed with the newly mandated doctrine of the Trinity, were ostracized and persecuted. In some cases, those who rejected the new doctrine were put to death as the concept eventually took hold.
[SIZE=1]The Europeans were immersed in paganism when Jesus was born, and it took about eight centuries before all of Europe finally accepted Christianity as their creed. During such a lengthy period, it was only natural that some pagan beliefs and practices were incorporated into the new religion. For example, December 25th was a popular Roman holiday that celebrated the winter solstice as a symbol of the resurgence of the sun, which heralded the rebirth of spring and summer. The birth of the sun became synonymous with the birth of the Son of God, which is now commonly accepted as Jesus birthday. The actual birthday of Jesus cannot be precisely determined, as Christians did not begin to reckon time before and after the birth of Jesus until about six centuries after he was born.(Noss 450) Another example of a pre-Christian ritual is the veneration of the evergreen tree in western and northern Europe, particularly in Germany during pagan times, so the Christmas tree was added to the birthday celebration of Jesus.
For thousands of years prior to the birth of Jesus, the Indo-Europeans had developed a tripartite ideology. At the highest level was a sky god, who sees all human activity from his heavenly abode. The second part of heaven reflected heroic warriors and raiders supported by a war/thunder god. The third part of this Indo-European belief was the pursuit of happiness a universal human trait.(Winn 4-5) This tripartite scheme was prevalent in many aspects of Indo-European culture, and is evident even today. Examples include many nations flags that are made up of three colors, and governments that are divided into three branches executive, legislative, and judicial.
Pre-Christian Europeans ritually sacrificed humans to their pagan gods.(Winn 45-47) As the Europeans gradually started to move away from paganism and adopt their newly discovered Middle Eastern religion Christianity the idolatrous tradition of human sacrifice blended harmoniously with the new theology the sacrifice of Gods only begotten son for the sins of all humanity. The tripartite hierarchy that was so embedded in Indo-European culture for thousands of years played an influential role in the development of a doctrine based on a triune God, viz., God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.[/SIZE]
So jesus will indeed rise up against those who seeked to use his teachings for there own selfish ends, and he will stand as a witness against them in the after life, this is both is revelations and the koran,
Which states that whether they say he is the son of God, trinity or God himself, Jesus declared his mission clearly to the lost sheep of Israel and as the Massiah and Christ,
On the last day, God allmighty will raise him up as a witness against those who believed such things as to also seen him as a idol, and Jesus himself will tell them who it is that has this power to do such things as give life and take at death alone, and God will judge between them
AS for the revelations , Jesus says that he will have those who say they are Jews on there knees for there blasphemy, in my opinion the talmud is not holier then the Torah and far from God.