Jesus is not God, the Bible makes that one very clear (John 1:18; John 8:12-18; John 17:20,21). The idea that Jesus is God comes from pagan beliefs that the early Catholics adopted to ease the conversion of pagans into Christianity, it is not biblical teaching. In Egyptian mythology of the time, they had a pantheon of gods in which each god existed in a trinity with two other gods; if any one of the gods was removed from the trinity, all three lost their power until brought back together. So when Christians came along with their one God, the Egyptians believed He had no power. Rather than taking the time to patiently explain why God does not need to be in a trinity to have power, the early Catholics just changed the teaching, claiming that Jesus was God and then giving the holy spirit (which Genesis 1:2 shows is God's active force, and not a person) a personality and making it a god also, then combining the three of them into a trinity so the Egyptians would believe. ____________ The plan had to be done, yes, but that does not necessarily mean that any one of the ones who did it had to be the ones to carry it out. Jesus died because many of the Jews that were there that day did not pay attention to their own prophecies about the Messiah and killed the very one they were waiting for. Jesus died also because the Romans were playing politics, removing a possible threat of rebellion (or who they THOUGHT might become a rebel leader, despite Jesus repeatedly refusing to take that role whenever it was offered to him by the people) by killing an obviously popular Jew. Any of these individuals should have done right. The Romans should have followed their own laws, the Jews should have read their own holy texts. It was known that Jesus would die, but these all were guilty because they brought about that death precisely by ignoring their own responsibilities. They most certainly did fail, they did sin in any sense of the word, and so needed forgiveness, which Jesus asked his Father to give them. ________________ Jesus was not playing the "why me?" game, he was fulfilling a prophecy in Psalms 22:1, the last prophecy to be fulfilled that showed that Jesus was the promised Messiah. It is not Jesus that did not have a clue, it is you. You need to take some time to actually learn about things before you attack what you don't understand. There are plenty of individuals willing to help you if you need help, but you'd rather hate than bother to understand. Proverbs 18:13--When anyone is replying to a matter before he hears [it], that is foolishness on his part and a humiliation.