If the Lord was a sinner, we’re all doomed. How shall one sinner die in place of many sinners?

If he’s the savior of the whole world then it’s pretty important that he be “without sin.” So let’s see what a couple of different versions say…

Matthew 5:22

NIV (©2011) But I tell you that anyone who is angry _____________ with a brother or sister will be subject to judgment
NKJV (©1982) But I say to you that whoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment…

OOPS … The NIV doesn’t have the exception “without a cause.” (Maybe they were following one of the “oldest and best manuscripts” that contains this error.) Here’s the problem…

If the NIV is true, then the Lord
broke his own command here…

Mark 3:5

NIV (©2011) He looked around at them in anger and, deeply distressed at their stubborn hearts, said to the man, “Stretch out your hand.” He stretched it out, and his hand was completely restored.

Does any of this really matter or is it just nitpicking over nonessential details? You be the judge…

There’s a site called www.freethinkersbooks.com. The site is run by a guy who says he “had a ‘born again’ experience in high school.” He says his goal is to help Christians “make better informed decisions about their religious beliefs.” He goes on to say:

Many Christians have been programmed to read the Bible without ever seeing what it really says…. We can help you help them understand their own book, because seriously studying the Bible has turned more Christians into Atheists than anything else.

He also says:

There are many things about your beliefs that “professional Christians”––ministers, pastors, preachers, priests, seminary professors and Bible college teachers––know and are not telling you [like] Jesus sinned by breaking his own command.”

And he’s right if you believe the NIV quoted the Lord correctly.

But if the Lord actually used the words “without a cause” like it says in the NKJV, this guy is wrong.

How can the Lord possibly use the NIV when it presents him as breaking his own commandment?
Would the Lord use a Bible that calls him a liar?
How many times did Jesus say you should forgive your brother?