Why Christianity is a failure and Christians in denial

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No, it doesn't
Your dumb single line responses proves it does. Your confessions leaves no doubts.

No

You just proved my point again.
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No 
--> @Dr.Franklin

No, it doesn't
Your dumb single line responses proves it does. Your confessions leaves no doubts.

No

You just proved my point again.

No

There you go again!!
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No, it doesn't
Your dumb single line responses proves it does. Your confessions leaves no doubts.

No

You just proved my point again.

No

There you go again!!
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You need professional help.
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Actually this was a seriously accurate post, I don't see the issue with it.
What is up with GuitarSinger,  He gave me a Catholic response and then faded away?

Why Christianity is a failure and Christians in denial?

Jesus never claimed he was God. He said he was sent by God to save the Jews. But we know that failed. Jesus said he would return 2000 years ago. But that never happened.
During his life on earth Jesus was called a liar and a lunatic.
1. Liar.
John 10:33 "We are not stoning You for any good work," said the Jews, "but for blasphemy, because You, who are a man, declare Yourself to be God."

2. Lunatic.0
Mark 3:21 When His family heard about this, they went out to take custody of Him, saying, "He is out of His mind."

John 10:20 Many of them said, "He is demon-possessed and insane. Why would you listen to Him?"

3. They demanded Jesus be crucified.
Luke 23:21 but they kept shouting, "Crucify Him! Crucify Him!"

4. The Romans crucified Jesus.
John 19:23 When they crucified him, the Roman soldiers took his clothes and divided them up four ways, to each soldier a fourth. But his robe was seamless, a single piece of weaving ...

5. Even Jesus blamed God for forsaking him on the cross.
Matthew 27:46 About the ninth hour, Jesus cried out in a loud voice, "Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?" which means, "My God, My God, why have you forsaken Me?"

6. Jesus's call to his disciples failed too. No one followed Jesus or joined him in his crucifixion. Therefore no one was saved or worthy of Jesus.
Matthew 10:38 and anyone who does not take up his cross and follow Me is not worthy of Me.

7. His discipiles all tried to save their own lives and did not want to lose it for Jesus.
Luke 17:33 Whoever tries to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life will preserve it.

8. The one time offer for salvation ended with Jesus. Jesus has not returned to make a similar offer to future generations. But God has sent another prophet Mohammad in his place.

9. Jesus spoke to his generation. Repeating his words does not carry the same promise. His promise ended on the cross.
Matthew 27:46 About the ninth hour, Jesus cried out in a loud voice, "Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?" which means, "My God, My God, why have you forsaken Me?"

10. Even the Pope declared the cross was a failure of God.

Pope Francis said during his whirlwind U.S. tour. "And if at times <ins><strong>OUR EFFORTS AND WORKS SEEM TO FAIL AND PRODUCE NO FRUIT, we need to REMEMBERthat <ins><strong>WE ARE FOLLOWERS OF JESUS ... and <ins><strong>His LIFE</strong></ins>, humanly speaking, ENDED IN FAILURE, THE FAILURE OF THE CROSS"

When you don"t understand something, when desperation hits you then look at the <ins><strong>CROSS. THAT IS THE GREAT FAILURE OF GOD, THAT IS THE DESTRUCTION OF GOD, AND IT'S A CHALLENGE TO OUR FAITH


If there is no resurrection of Jesus then Jesus did not die for anyone's sins on the cross. Dattaswami said Jesus was saved by his disciples and smuggled to India where he lived to 85 years in Kashmir.
Dattaswami believes Jesus's resurrection never happened.
Reply: Bhavishya purana"

Dattaswami wrote: When Jesus was crucified based on simple emotional slogans. His death was not justified and therefore He rose and walked out. When the soldier was leaving finally, He pierced the stomach of Jesus with his weapon. Then blood came out. Blood will not come out from dead body. Jesus was alive and He was brought down by His disciples. Then He was kept in the cave. He knew the protection of His life. He walked into India and met the king Salivahana and talked with him. His conversation was recorded in "Bhavishaya Purana" of Vyasa. This scripture speaks about the future. Vyasa wrote this long back.

The verse in scripture is "Esa Putram Cha Mam Viddhi, Kumari Garbha Sambhavam, Mlechcha Dharmasya Vaktaram"', Which means "I am the son of the father of heaven. I was born to unmarried girl. I preached spirituality to Muslims. ' Thus spoke Jesus to Salivahana. He stayed in India till He attained the age of eighty-five years and died in Kashmir. You can find the buried tomb of Jesus there even today. On the tomb it is written "Jesus" in Hebrew language.

Jesus disappeared from home at the age of 16 years. He returned at the age of 30 years. He was crucified in 32nd year. From 16th year He was in Himalayas in the association of several sages. He was a good Sanskrit scholar. He studied all the Hindu philosophy and this is the reason why the Christian and Hindu philosophies are almost similar in concepts.

Harikrish biblical scholar and spiritual leader.

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Just now getting to this....

But we are certain what is written portrays Jesus as a blasphemous liar and a lunatic for which he was crucified

Sorry, you have to prove he was liar....and a lunatic...

John tells us what was written was supposed to convince us to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name. so what was left out were the embarrassing parts of Jesus that would have changed our minds forever and cause us to reject Jesus.
But Jesus was rejected by the Jews who lived during his time and heard Jesus in his entirety. They were not fooled by his fake miracles, blasphemous lies and claims. Jesus did not meet the requirements of the promised messiah.
Even John the Baptist question Jesus about his authenticity 

You offer no proof that what He did did not really happen....

This is why there are some 30,000 Christian denominations. Each try to deal with the Bble contradictions differently. But no one can argue with the conclusion. Jesus was crucified for his blasphemous lies and lunacy. The cross is the symbol of the crucifixion.

My first statement begins with Jesus never claimed he was God. (How, Why))
Jesus said he was sent by God to save the Jews. That's not a contradiction.
See Matthew 15: 24 He answered, "I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel."
So Jesus was sent by God. He was not God. He was taking orders from God.

Again, you haven't proved he was liar or lunatic, you just say it....Just because He was sent does not mean He was not God...Also, how do you know He never said he was God?  Because it's not written down?  I'm willing to bet a lot of money that there are lot of thigns you say that are not written down-- doesn't mean you didn't say them....


Even Jesus did not know his own slip of the tongue. He was surprised they were attacking him for his good works when they were actually accusing him of Blasphemy.
But the conclusion proves Jesus was not God. Jesus had to escape to save his life. Hardly a godly act. Jesus was a coward too.

Um, how do you know he was surprised (you don't)?  Perhaps he was prompting them (leading them, goading them) into truly admitting why they were wanting to kill him.  


COntinue....

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How about Christians eating their sins because they are mistaken about Jesus.

If Jesus was on the side of truth he would have stood by his claims. Instead we see he fled to escape for his life when he was questioned and accused of blasphemous lies.
No Jew would have stoned his God. No God would be afraid of a Jew trying to stone him. My conclusion is backed by scriptures. Jesus was a blasphemous liar and knew he was lying
Eating their sins?  What are you talking about? The Jews that wanted to stone him did not think he was God.  How do you know he fled because of fear?  It could very well had been because it wsa not the time/place for him to die.  You have not proved he was liar.

But they were not just someone. They were his family and people who heard Jesus speak. That's a lot more closer than Christians are who know only from hearsay about Jesus who died 2000 years ago.

Um, yea.  BUt just because someone calls someone a lunatic doesn't make it so.  You know that and I know that.  We see family members and friends betray each other all the time.  It was probably no different in the time of Jesus.

Jesus was crucified. Catholics still carry the crucifix as a reminder the Romans crucified Jesus by nailing him to a wooden cross.

Agreed

Psalms 22 is a lamentation. A lamentation is a complaint to God. Jesus was in deep pain and suffering. He could have picked a better Psalm to quote if he was intending to praise God.
Let's not forget the facts Jesus believed he was picked and sent by God to save the Jews gHod's chosen people. Here he was suffering under Roman crucifixion. Helpless and lost.

WOw.  Pretty presumptuous (arrogant, maybe) for you, someone not in that position of being crucified, to think you could ahve picked a better psalm?  The psalm is a prayer to God.


COntinue....

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Peter lied about Jesus and judas betrayed Jesus. Jesus was betrayed by God and his own disciples. Proves Jesus was a poor judge of people. We see the same poor judgement in Christians. They would rather kiss a dead piece of wood than a Muslim.,

Eh, no.  He wasn't betrayed by God.  He knew what awaited him.  And he knew the disciples would betray him, because they have free will.  But he loved them anyway.  And it just shows God's greatness, able to use weak and imperfect humans to work out his plan of salvation.  It should give us all comfort, even those of us who know we are imperfect.  

As far as kissing a dead piece of wood instead of Muslim, that's not true.  I've kissed Muslims, Hindus, etc.  It all depends on the person.  If they haven't showered or bathed, I might be more inclined to shake hands or fist bump.  

Jesus spoke to his generation. Repeating his words does not carry the same promise. His promise ended on the cross.

Eh, wrong again.  He said he would build his Church, and He did.  He said he would be with His Church always, he has.  He said his CHurch will endure, it has.

The entire New Testament is about Jesus in the flesh. Moses promised a prophet like him would come. The Jews were promised a Messiah, a deliverer. Nowhere did it say the Messiah would be God himself.
The Pope could only address the human aspects of the promised Messiah. The mission was a failure, the Romans destroyed the temple, Jerusalem and slaughtered the Jews after they crucified their messiah. If the Pope wanted to give God's perspective he would have done so. but even here he declared the cross the great failure of God.

jesus was crucified and not sacrificed. Human sacrifice was banned by God.Turning Jesus's crucifixion into a sacrifice is itself  blasphemy. Jesus died for his own sinns. Blasphemy was a sin punishable by death. If he was just a lunatic he might have been spared.
Eh, no.  His Church has lasted some 2000 (plus/minus) years, hardly a failure lol.  So what if the Jewish promise never said the Messiah would be God himself, what does prove?  Nothing.  Just because it never it would be God doesn't mean it couldn't be God.

When was human sacrifice banned by God?  COuld not God change the rules when it comes to Jesus?  Why not?  

So far you've done nothing but give opinion, no proof.
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What is up with GuitarSinger,  He gave me a Catholic response and then faded away?

As the great Mark Twain once said, the reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated....

I"m back, sorry.  Had other pressing matters.


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Claim: Liar.
Proof Text: [John 10:33] "We are not stoning You for any good work," said the Jews, "but for blasphemy, because You, who are a man, declare Yourself to be God."

Objection: The verse itself demonstrates that Jesus was making statements and acting as though He were God, example being the prominent "Before Abraham was, I AM" among others. So, this throws out your "Jesus nevyeer claimed to be God" assertion. The Apostles and disciples, who interacted with Jesus directly, came to this understanding, and St. Thomas after the resurrection directly called Jesus his God. In fact, in Acts 20:28, the Greek itself demonstrates it and is translated into English as "Therefore take heed to yourselves and to all the flock, among which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to shepherd the church of God which He purchased with His own blood." 

Προσέχετε (take heed) ἑαυτοῖς (to yourselves) καὶ(and) παντὶ(to all) τῷ(the) ποιμνίῳ(flock) ἐν (among) ᾧ(which) ὑμᾶς (you) τὸ(the) Πνεῦμα (Spirit) τὸἍγιον (Holy) ἔθετο (has set) ἐπισκόπους (overseers), ποιμαίνειν (to shepherd) τὴν (the) ἐκκλησίαν (church) τοῦΘεοῦ(of God), ἣν (which) περιεποιήσατο (he purchased) διὰ(with) τοῦαἵματος (blood) τοῦ(the) ἰδίου (own). 

Claim: Lunatic.
Proof Text: [Mark 3:21] When His family heard about this, they went out to take custody of Him, saying, "He is out of His mind." [John 10:20] Many of them said, "He is demon-possessed and insane. Why would you listen to Him?"

Objection: What is this intended on proving? The opinion of others outside those willing to listen didn't believe in Him, same with the pagans at the time. The Gospels as well as epistles were written to those already believing. 

Claim: They demanded Jesus be crucified.
Proof Text: [Luke 23:21] but they kept shouting, "Crucify Him! Crucify Him!"

Reply: Yep. Believe it or not, but many Christians have, in fact, read the Bible. 

Claim: The Romans crucified Jesus.
Proof Text: [John 19:23] When they crucified him, the Roman soldiers took his clothes and divided them up four ways, to each soldier a fourth. But his robe was seamless, a single piece of weaving ...

Reply: Mhm. 

Claim: Even Jesus blamed God for forsaking him on the cross.
Proof Text: [Matthew 27:46] About the ninth hour, Jesus cried out in a loud voice, "Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?" which means, "My God, My God, why have you forsaken Me?"

Objection: Actually, no. This goes back to Psalm 21 as a psalmic prophecy of the Suffering Servant. It reads: "My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?Why are You sofar from helping Me,and fromthe words of My groaning?My God, I cry in the daytime, but You do not hear;And in the night season, and am not silent." It goes on to describe: "For many dogs surrounded me; an assembly of evildoers enclosed me; they pierced my hands and my feet. I numbered all my bones, and they look and stare at me. They divided my garments among themselves, and for my clothing they cast lots. But You, O Lord, do not remove Your help from me; attend to my aid. Deliver my soul from the sword and my only-begotten from the hand of the dog;"

Since the Hebrew scriptures weren't separated into chapters and verses, you'd quote something by repeating the lines. He was confirming He was the Suffering Servant and that such was fulfilled. At least research the point before you make it. 

Claim: Jesus's call to his disciples failed too. No one followed Jesus or joined him in his crucifixion. Therefore no one was saved or worthy of Jesus.
Proof Text: [Matthew 10:38] and anyone who does not take up his cross and follow Me is not worthy of Me.

Objection: Huh? His Apostles made disciples and founded churches. Sts. Peter and Paul established the church in Rome, St. James became bishop of Jerusalem, St. Thomas, I beliweve, went to India. Carrying one's cross isn't a call to suicide, it's a call to struggle to remain faithful despite one's circumstances which can lead to martyrdom. Tradition tends to state that the majority of the Apostles were martyred alongside many followers. 

So, struggling and being born again. Romans 6 covers this. "Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. For if we have been united together in the likeness of His death, certainly we also shall be in the likeness of His resurrection, knowing this, that our old man was crucified with Him, that the body of sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves of sin." 

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Claim: His discipiles all tried to save their own lives and did not want to lose it for Jesus.
Proof Text: [Luke 17:33] Whoever tries to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life will preserve it.

Objection: They're recognised in Christianity to have been martyred for their faith. Losing your life recklessly and desiring to do so is suicide, which destroys the temple of the Holy Spirit, and isn't what martyrdom is. But firstly, in context, Luke 17 is about the distinguishing between the lukewarm and evil and those that live godly lives. In order to truly follow Christ, you have to die and be born again. It's fundamental Christianity. The entire chapter of Romans 6 covers this. "Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. For if we have been united together in the likeness of His death, certainly we also shall be in the likeness of His resurrection, knowing this, that our old man was crucified with Him, that the body of sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves of sin." 

Claim: The one time offer for salvation ended with Jesus. Jesus has not returned to make a similar offer to future generations. But God has sent another prophet Mohammad in his place.

Objection: No idea what you're talking about. Salvation in relation to the world, otherwise dubbed objective salvation, is what the crucifixion managed. Personal salvation, or subjective salvation, pertains to our independent decision to choose God. The offer has been made and we have the choice to accept it or reject it. Muhammad isn't factored into the situation. If you're describing Christianity, adding external factors doesn't make a case. 

Claim: Jesus spoke to his generation. Repeating his words does not carry the same promise. His promise ended on the cross.
Proof Text: [Matthew 27:46] About the ninth hour, Jesus cried out in a loud voice, "Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?" which means, "My God, My God, why have you forsaken Me?"

Objection: The proof text doesn't relate to what your claim states. The Pauline epistles and the resurrection recorded in the Gospels nullifies your argument. You apparently didn't even know He was quoting a psalm. 

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Claim: Even the Pope declared the cross was a failure of God.
Proof: Pope Francis said during his whirlwind U.S. tour. "And if at times <ins><strong>OUR EFFORTS AND WORKS SEEM TO FAIL AND PRODUCE NO FRUIT, we need to REMEMBERthat <ins><strong>WE ARE FOLLOWERS OF JESUS ... and <ins><strong>His LIFE</strong></ins>, humanly speaking, ENDED IN FAILURE, THE FAILURE OF THE CROSS" When you don"t understand something, when desperation hits you then look at the <ins><strong>CROSS. THAT IS THE GREAT FAILURE OF GOD, THAT IS THE DESTRUCTION OF GOD, AND IT'S A CHALLENGE TO OUR FAITH

Objection: I'm not even Roman Catholic and that smells supremely fake. Even if it's not, the Pope's proclamation ultimately means nothing—even Popes can fall into heresy and have fell into heresy. It'd be an issue for Catholics if he was speaking ex cathedra. 

Claim: If there is no resurrection of Jesus then Jesus did not die for anyone's sins on the cross. Dattaswami said Jesus was saved by his disciples and smuggled to India where he lived to 85 years in Kashmir.
Proof: Dattaswami believes Jesus's resurrection never happened.
Reply: Bhavishya purana"

Dattaswami wrote: When Jesus was crucified based on simple emotional slogans. His death was not justified and therefore He rose and walked out. When the soldier was leaving finally, He pierced the stomach of Jesus with his weapon. Then blood came out. Blood will not come out from dead body. Jesus was alive and He was brought down by His disciples. Then He was kept in the cave. He knew the protection of His life. He walked into India and met the king Salivahana and talked with him. His conversation was recorded in "Bhavishaya Purana" of Vyasa. This scripture speaks about the future. Vyasa wrote this long back.

The verse in scripture is "Esa Putram Cha Mam Viddhi, Kumari Garbha Sambhavam, Mlechcha Dharmasya Vaktaram"', Which means "I am the son of the father of heaven. I was born to unmarried girl. I preached spirituality to Muslims. ' Thus spoke Jesus to Salivahana. He stayed in India till He attained the age of eighty-five years and died in Kashmir. You can find the buried tomb of Jesus there even today. On the tomb it is written "Jesus" in Hebrew language.

Jesus disappeared from home at the age of 16 years. He returned at the age of 30 years. He was crucified in 32nd year. From 16th year He was in Himalayas in the association of several sages. He was a good Sanskrit scholar. He studied all the Hindu philosophy and this is the reason why the Christian and Hindu philosophies are almost similar in concepts.

Objection: I don't know whst relevance this has. Roman, Jewish, and Christian writings confirm the crucifixion of, in the least, someone named Jesus who had a multitude of followers, and that on the day of the crucifixion, if I recall correctly, there was a darkness. Some of those writers attempted to explain the phenomenon away.

Harikrish biblical scholar and spiritual leader.
^ This also smells like a lie, to be honest. 

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Claim: Even the Pope declared the cross was a failure of God.
Proof: Pope Francis said during his whirlwind U.S. tour. "And if at times <ins><strong>OUR EFFORTS AND WORKS SEEM TO FAIL AND PRODUCE NO FRUIT, we need to REMEMBERthat <ins><strong>WE ARE FOLLOWERS OF JESUS ... and <ins><strong>His LIFE</strong></ins>, humanly speaking, ENDED IN FAILURE, THE FAILURE OF THE CROSS" When you don"t understand something, when desperation hits you then look at the <ins><strong>CROSS. THAT IS THE GREAT FAILURE OF GOD, THAT IS THE DESTRUCTION OF GOD, AND IT'S A CHALLENGE TO OUR FAITH

Objection: I'm not even Roman Catholic and that smells supremely fake. Even if it's not, the Pope's proclamation ultimately means nothing—even Popes can fall into heresy and have fell into heresy. It'd be an issue for Catholics if he was speaking ex cathedra.

Claim: If there is no resurrection of Jesus then Jesus did not die for anyone's sins on the cross. Dattaswami said Jesus was saved by his disciples and smuggled to India where he lived to 85 years in Kashmir.
Proof: Dattaswami believes Jesus's resurrection never happened.
Reply: Bhavishya purana"

Dattaswami wrote: When Jesus was crucified based on simple emotional slogans. His death was not justified and therefore He rose and walked out. When the soldier was leaving finally, He pierced the stomach of Jesus with his weapon. Then blood came out. Blood will not come out from dead body. Jesus was alive and He was brought down by His disciples. Then He was kept in the cave. He knew the protection of His life. He walked into India and met the king Salivahana and talked with him. His conversation was recorded in "Bhavishaya Purana" of Vyasa. This scripture speaks about the future. Vyasa wrote this long back.

The verse in scripture is "Esa Putram Cha Mam Viddhi, Kumari Garbha Sambhavam, Mlechcha Dharmasya Vaktaram"', Which means "I am the son of the father of heaven. I was born to unmarried girl. I preached spirituality to Muslims. ' Thus spoke Jesus to Salivahana. He stayed in India till He attained the age of eighty-five years and died in Kashmir. You can find the buried tomb of Jesus there even today. On the tomb it is written "Jesus" in Hebrew language.

Jesus disappeared from home at the age of 16 years. He returned at the age of 30 years. He was crucified in 32nd year. From 16th year He was in Himalayas in the association of several sages. He was a good Sanskrit scholar. He studied all the Hindu philosophy and this is the reason why the Christian and Hindu philosophies are almost similar in concepts.

Objection: I don't know whst relevance this has. Roman, Jewish, and Christian writings confirm the crucifixion of, in the least, someone named Jesus who had a multitude of followers, and that on the day of the crucifixion, if I recall correctly, there was a darkness. Some of those writers attempted to explain the phenomenon away.

Harikrish biblical scholar and spiritual leader.
^ This also smells like a lie, to be honest.

There was an uproar over what the Pope said. And they are his words in quotes. But the Pope did not retract what he said and accepted the translation of his words.


Dattaswami is a religious Hindu leader. He published his findings in his website about Jesus living in India. BBC also did a documentary on the same subject.

Thank  you for participating.
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Claim: His discipiles all tried to save their own lives and did not want to lose it for Jesus.
Proof Text: [Luke 17:33] Whoever tries to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life will preserve it.

Objection: They're recognised in Christianity to have been martyred for their faith. Losing your life recklessly and desiring to do so is suicide, which destroys the temple of the Holy Spirit, and isn't what martyrdom is. But firstly, in context, Luke 17 is about the distinguishing between the lukewarm and evil and those that live godly lives. In order to truly follow Christ, you have to die and be born again. It's fundamental Christianity. The entire chapter of Romans 6 covers this. "Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. For if we have been united together in the likeness of His death, certainly we also shall be in the likeness of His resurrection, knowing this, that our old man was crucified with Him, that the body of sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves of sin."

Claim: The one time offer for salvation ended with Jesus. Jesus has not returned to make a similar offer to future generations. But God has sent another prophet Mohammad in his place.

Objection: No idea what you're talking about. Salvation in relation to the world, otherwise dubbed objective salvation, is what the crucifixion managed. Personal salvation, or subjective salvation, pertains to our independent decision to choose God. The offer has been made and we have the choice to accept it or reject it. Muhammad isn't factored into the situation. If you're describing Christianity, adding external factors doesn't make a case.

Claim: Jesus spoke to his generation. Repeating his words does not carry the same promise. His promise ended on the cross.
Proof Text: [Matthew 27:46] About the ninth hour, Jesus cried out in a loud voice, "Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?" which means, "My God, My God, why have you forsaken Me?"

Objection: The proof text doesn't relate to what your claim states. The Pauline epistles and the resurrection recorded in the Gospels nullifies your argument. You apparently didn't even know He was quoting a psalm.

Jesus did not quote the psalm. Jesus quoted what was relevant to his situation. He was in deep pain and despair and he lamented

[Matthew 27:46] About the ninth hour, Jesus cried out in a loud voice, "Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?" which means, "My God, My God, why have you forsaken Me?"

If jesus wanted to praise God he would have picked a better psalm.