2316 θεός [theos /theh·os/] n m. Of uncertain affinity, a deity, especially (with 3588) the supreme Divinity; TDNT 3:65; TDNTA 322; GK 2536; 1343 occurrences; AV translates as “God” 1320 times, “god” 13 times, “godly” three times, “God-ward + 4214” twice, and translated miscellaneously five times. 1 a god or goddess, a general name of deities or divinities. 2 the Godhead, trinity. 2A God the Father, the first person in the trinity. 2B Christ, the second person of the trinity. 2C Holy Spirit, the third person in the trinity. 3 spoken of the only and true God. 3A refers to the things of God. 3B his counsels, interests, things due to him. 4 whatever can in any respect be likened unto God, or resemble him in any way. 4A God’s representative or viceregent. 4A1 of magistrates and judges.QEOS doesn't mean deity or ruler, so what are you talking about?
Nonetheless, you still haven't explained how Jesus' use of Psalm 82:6 helped him prove he was God.
Strong, J. (1995). Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon. Woodside Bible Fellowship.
I agree with you. We don't have to figure out Jesus is God scripture explicitly states so. Titus 2:13, 2 Pe 1:1 Jn 20:28, Ro 9:5Why would we have to figure out something Scripture could plainly state?
We didn't have to figure out YHWH is God (because Scripture plainly states it).
We don't have to figure out Jesus is "the Messiah, son of the living God" (as Scripture plainly states it).
These are things that are explicitly stated.
Now you are a neurologist. Tell us, in what part of the brain does consciousness dwell? I have worked in neurology for many years, never have I heard a medical professional, or read a medical publication that stated wherein the brain consciousness can be found.There are no "centers of consciousness" in Scripture (since "centers of consciousness" dwell in the brain).
The Center of consciousness includes the idea of mind, will, and desire. Tells us where in the brain can I locate will or disire? How about feeling such as love, hate, fear, etc?
Without consciousness, there is no cognitive ability to give a testimony. The Key is consciousness. Can you get testimony from an unconscious human? Do individuals on life support with no brain activity give testimonies?Instead, the Bible speaks of beings--both human and spirit.
Therefore, the Law is only valid if two beings are witnesses. Jesus presents himself as a witness, and the second witness is God(, his Father).