[FONT=Times New Roman]The Jews then picked up stones to throw at him; so Jesus said, "I have openly done many good works among you, which the Father gave me to do. For which of these do you stone me?" The Jews answered, "We are not stoning you for doing a good work, but for insulting God; you are only a man, and you make yourself God." Then Jesus replied, "Is this not written in your law: I said, you are gods? So those who received this word of God were called gods, and the Scripture is always true
. What then should be said of the one anointed, and sent into the world, by the Father? Am I insulting God when I say, `I am the Son of God'? If I am not doing the works of my Father, do not believe me. But if I do them, even if you have no faith in me, believe because of the works I do; and know that the Father is in me, and I in the Father." Again they tried to arrest him, but Jesus escaped from their hands. He went away again to the other side of the Jordan, to the place where John had baptized, and there he stayed. Many people came to Jesus, and said, "John worked no miracles, but he spoke about you, and everything he said was true." And many became believers in that place.
My questions are:
a) In whose law is it written that we are gods? If it is the law of the Jews, then did Christians inherit it?
b) If the scripture Jesus cites is codified in the Old Testament, would you please direct me to it?