In another thread, Willis defended himself against an accusation that Jesus had a sin nature. Rather than derail that thread, I'd like to raise a couple of questions. One, if Jesus, being both God and human, could not sin, what was the point of the Temptation by Satan? Did Jesus successfully resist Satan's tempting because he could not sin, or simply because, as God, he would not sin? Don't read anything into these questions about what I think? Jesus was sinless. He acted consistently with his nature. No part of him was tainted with sin or the inclination to sin. But I've wondered about the purpose of the Temptation. Maybe Satan mistakenly though he could appeal to the flesh just as he did with Adam and Eve. Just wonderin'.