1 And as Jesus passed by, he saw a man which was bli...
Your continual problem is to interpret literally through a 21st century lens. You pull out scripture and erroneously interpret it out of context to the rest of the bible. Did not Jesus say in Matthew 7:11 (New International Version),
11If you, then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him! if you being evil know how to give good gifts to your children.. How do you suppose you will fair with other scriptures where Jews accept the idea that they are sinners, like John 8:7 ) 7So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her. (King James Version
The Jews had a intimate knowledge of sin and that is thoughly implied in their mosaic law. You simply do injustice this this idea to support your heresy.
You for some reason seem to be totally unaware of the consequences of the fall of Adam and eve. They died spiritually and the bible says physical death passed onto them and us including all things associated with death including disease and sickness.. It was therefore assumed by the Hebrews mind that sin is the cause of these things. However again you missed the point of the apostles and Jesus was not saying there is no sin. That would be a great blunder of interpretation seeing the whole of scriptures indicates god sent his son to die for our sins.
And his disciples asked him, saying, Who sinned, this man, or his parents, that he should be born blind?
A strange mixture of truth and error prompted this question. The universal instinct that hails all sorrow and disease as the consequence of sin is correct, all of such things deriving, in the last analysis, from the debacle in Eden; but it is not true that every specific instance of handicap, disease, and sorrow should be invariably ascribed to the individual sin of the sufferer. As Paul stated it, "Death reigned ... even over them that had not sinned after the likeness of Adam's transgression" (Romans 5:14).
Without regard to such truth, the apostles were quite ready to blame this man's blindness upon himself, or if not upon him, then upon his parents. It seems ridiculous to us that prenatal sin could be committed; but, as Dummelow noted:
The disciples thought that possibly the man had sinned, either in a previous state of existence (in accordance with the doctrine of transmigration of souls), or more probably as an infant before birth. To the Jews who attributed intelligence to unborn children (Genesis 25:22-26; Luke 1:41), this last was a natural idea. F1
According to Hendriksen, the Jewish Rabbis held that Esau had tried to kill Jacob in the womb, before either was born. F2 This writer rejects the idea that the apostles of Jesus believed either of those monstrous fantasies.
The possibility suggested by the apostles to the effect that the sin of the man's parents might have caused his blindness was certainly not unreasonable; but, even so, if that had been the case, no moral blame would have fallen upon the blind son. The mistake of the apostles here was that of imputing blame where none existed. Both the man and his parents were declared by Jesus to have been guilty of nothing which might have caused the blindness. Therefore, one must hold those apostles guilty of a cruel and unfeeling question. They were like millions today who think that every sufferer and every victim of crime, disease, disaster, or calamity has in some manner DESERVED the evil that came upon him.
Now about Jesus and his sinless state, which I find fantastic that you do not know these verses. You know them. You continue to refuse to open your eyes to them. But I will play along with you.
John 8:46-59 (New International Version)
46Can any of you prove me guilty of sin? If I am telling the truth, why don't you believe me? 47He who belongs to God hears what God says. The reason you do not hear is that you do not belong to God…...Abraham saw my day; he saw it and was glad."57"You are not yet fifty years old," the Jews said to him, "and you have seen Abraham!"
58"I tell you the truth," Jesus answered, "before Abraham was born, I am!" 59At this, they picked up stones to stone him, but Jesus hid himself, slipping away from the temple grounds.
2 Corinthians 5:21 (King James Version)
21For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.
I think I have given you enough for you to see that Christ was sinless and God. I have no reason to answer your other questions which have nothing to do with the argument at hand. I see these other questions as an attempt to lead me away from what I initially was endeavoring to prove to you. Thes questions are nothing more than your devious attempts to continue to resist the Spirit of God and his message as it is clearly revealed in the new and old testaments. So you either step up to the plate and admit you are corrupting his word and humble yourself before God and ask Him to forgive you for what you have been doing so that you can be cleansed from your sins. If you do this you will be acceptable to God, otherwise you are lost.