Matthew 19:16  And behold one came and said to him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do that I may have eternal life?



Matthew 19:17  And Christ said to him, why call me good?  There is none good but one, that is God ….



The Muslims seize on the above as their proof that Christ denied being God.  But the above is not what Christ said, but rather a deception applied by the 325 AD Catholic Council of Nicaea.   It is said Council that came up with the book cover ‘bible’ and therein placed the Torah, Tanakh and the gospel of Christ (Matthew and John) with the lying gospel of Pharisee Paul (including Mark, Luke, and James, Jude and Pharisee forgeries 1 and 2 Peter) and declared all the writings under the book cover titled ‘bible’ to be all the word of God.  The Pharisees of said Council altered portions of John’s writings and portions of Matthew’s writing in order to deceive.   Their deception did not end with just inserting their lying gospel of Pharisee Paul with writngs of God’s true Jewish prophets and apostles, but included altering portions of Matthew’s writing and John’s writings.   The non-believer in Christ, Roman Emperor Constantine, was at said Council meeting and he later enacted laws punishing anyone who dared to say the ‘bible’ is not all the word of God.   Contrary to what anti-Christ Pharisee Paul proclaims in Romans Ch. 13 and Titus 3:1-3 that rulers over people are of God and must be obeyed, no ruler over people is for Christ while this world remains in control of Satan:



Matthew 10:18  You shall present my gospel before governors, kings and Gentiles as testimony against them



The Pharisees give backing to their lie in anti-Christ Paul’s gospel (1 John 2:18) that no one is righteous but God by inserting the lie in Matthew 19:17 that Christ allegedly said no one is good but God.



Also, said lie gives backing to Muslims and others who use the lie of the Pharisees inserted into Matthew 19:17 as proof that Christ denied that he is the Son of God, for he says there is none good but God, therefore denying: 1) that Christ is the Son of God and 2) denying that Christ is good.



I shall prove that Christ never said, no one is good but God:



John 14:11  Believe me that I am in the Father and the Father is in me, or else believe me for the very works’ sake



John 8:46-47   Which of you convinces me of sin?  And if I say the truth, why do you not believe me?  He that is of God hears God’s words, you therefore hear them not because you are not of God



Is there any being that is not good that is of God?   Only those beings that are good are of God.   God is good, and those who are of him are good.   



No evildoer can do miracles such as Christ did:  to open the eyes of the blind, to bring hearing to the deaf, speech to the mute, to bring dead people back to life, to heal people of their sicknesses, to cast out demons from people.   And based on those good works that Christ did, believe on him.  As Christ said, if you do not believe me because of my words, at least believe me because of the works that I do and the works that Christ did were all good works.



Is not a righteous person good, is not a holy person good?   The Lord declares there are righteous people, there are holy people and being holy means one is good, and being righteous means one is good.    



The opposite of being good is to be evil.   If Christ is not good, then he is evil.  If Christ said no one is good but God, then everyone but God is evil, for to not be good is to be evil:



Revelation 22:11  Let him that is filthy be filthy still and let him that is unjust be unjust still.  And let him that is righteous, be righteous still and let him that is holy be holy still



It is a lie that Christ said no one is good but God.   And the Pharisees’ lie inserted into Matthew that Christ allegedly denied that anyone is good but God is used by evil people to deny Christ is the Son of God; and is backing for the lie of Pharisee Paul that among mankind no one is good (or righteous).



The tree of knowledge of good and evil.   All people are one or the other, either good or evil.  All beings created by God are either one or the other:  good or evil.   Those who refuse to give up evil deeds hate the light (John 3:20).  Those who are good love the light.

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