most of what you say is faultless. In particular, I fully agree that, contrary to what trinitarians, subordinationists and arians say, you only came to exist when you were conceived in the blessed womb of virgin Mary. You call John, who wrote the Gospel known by the same name, your "friend". Well, then, a real friend does not distort the words of a friend. You say that John wrote that "there was something [sic] in the beginning which was with God and which was God, and it was through this that God made all things". Actually, John says something quite specific, because he calls this "something" logos. You correctly cite John 1:1-3, where the word "word" (Greek: logos; Hebrew dabar; Aramaic memra) appears tree times just in verse 1. But, for some peculiar reason you omit entirely to mention John 1:14, where it is said that "the Word became flesh" (ho logos sarx egeneto). As for the casual way with which you would equate "word" (logos/dabar) and "wisdom" (sophia/chokhmah) ("Of course I’m talking about God’s word, or in other words, his wisdom"; "It was that wisdom which much later as it were came down to earth and was available in my teaching and in my example"), I believe it would be safer, less compromizing for you to leave that stuff to professional theologians.
In the meantime, I believe you may profit from reading the thoughts
appended to the “Christian-Muslim debate/discussion, December 12 in Melbourne” of November 25, 2014 at blog trinities.org, which you
obviously did not notice, or did not fully appreciate.
P.S. Thank goodness, in his glorified state, Jesus is omiscient, so, even if, in the meantime DT has removed the thoughts appended to the “Christian-Muslim debate/discussion, December 12 in Melbourne” of November 25, 2014, that shouldn’t be a problem for him …
Note to whoever it may concern
The above Letter to Jesus is copied from the thoughts appended to the blog A letter from the Lord Jesus: About God and Me (Revised), at trinities.org, under Creative Commons License: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/)
Note on the P.S
Fortunately I had saved the summary and substance of some comments that, under my name Mario, were appended by me to the post Christian-Muslim debate/discussion, December 12 in Melbourne @ the trinities.org blog in my post Logos-Conception Christology of 10 April 20121.