Probably not to your satisfaction. What has become known, though, is that Jesus WALKED as a fully Human MAN (not "God Almighty" hiding in a man suit pretending to be Human). Jesus apparently had to ACCEPT Who He was by Faith (just like WE have to accept our Salvation by FAITH), and after being joined by the Holy Spirit after His repentance at John's Baptism (not of any SIN, but of his existing lifestyle - Carpenter maybe, Head of Mary's household) He walked immediately into REAL TEMPTATION in the wilderness (not "window dressing"), and having Aced the SAME temptations that Adam and Eve fell to, walked off into His short physical Ministry, and became the perfect SIN OFFERING by which we are cleansed.So, I was just thinking about Luke 2:52, "And Jesus increased in wisdom and in stature and in favor with God and man", which of course means he did so in his human nature with his human mind, not with his divine nature. But I was also thinking about some liberal theologians that I had seen argue that Jesus was wrong about the six days of Creation, for example, which led me to consider this possible argument. My question is, how do we respond to the argument that Jesus could have been wrong and incorrect about some things in his human nature? Certainly after his resurrection, he knew all things (John 21:17) and all authority had been given to him (Matthew 28:18), but I'm unsure what verses I'd go to or what argument I'd make to show that while he didn't know everything in his humiliation, what he did know, he couldn't be wrong about. Or is that even the right way to think about it, or is it rather possible that he could've been wrong about things, but nothing that the Scriptures touch (for example, could he have done a math problem incorrectly?)
Any thoughts, or any resources that try to address this?