This is for the Christian.
I have been repetitive because it's so effective but I have also been diverse in providing evidence to prove my point.
Right here I will quote 3 passages that refute the notion Jesus pbuh is God, twice.
And that "Only begotten son" is a lie. David pbuh was also "begotten this day."
I will tell of the decree of YHVH:
He said to me, " 'You are my son; today I have BEGOTTEN YOU.
8. Ask of me and I will make the nations your inheritance,....'
11. Serve YHVH with fear, with trembling kiss his feet,
Or He will be angry, and you will perish in the way;
for His wrath is quickly kindled.
Happy are all who take refuge in Him."
Psalms is so old scholars have found it shares much style with hymns of Ugarit Canaanite mythology. It is traditionally ascribed to David pbuh but
you never know, scholars date the Torah to around the time of Ezra the scribe.
This matters because Luke borrowed the exact same phrase as ancient authorities read in:
"Jesus answered him, 'It is written,
Worship the Lord your God, and serve ONLY HIM.
Oh sorry wrong verse but I am leaving it. You know why.
And a voice came from Heaven, "You are my son, today I have begotten you.''
Now, if Jesus pbuh is God, so is the Old Testament Messiah (I realize few Christians ever know this, it is true though. Cyrus, too, was called Messiah
or God's Annointed, which is a Messiah by definition and pretty much why David pbuh should be the ancestror of the future Hebrew Messiah. I will
guess why Magi bring gifts, Magi is a Persian Priestly tribe that in Persian Empire days also encompassed Chaldeans and they are called Magi too but I
don't think they are Chaldeans religously because they are star worshippers, pagans, and Zoroastrians are Monotheistic, worship God and are accepted
as People of the Book in Islam, Zoroaster a Prophet pbuh.
"You are my son, this day I have begotten you."
Psalms 2:7, Luke 21:22.
Just prove deception is afoot, " You are my son, the Beloved; with you I am well pleased."
Doesn't sound natural and it seems pretty obvious that a later scribe realized it and that's why MSS. vary later on.