If law "inexcusable", did Jesus condemn himself by law imputing sin?
Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
Romans 2 notes law judgment of others and excusing oneself is "inexcusable" and self-condemning with consequences: wrath and indignation, tribulation and anguish. So, it poses the question: did "Jesus" perhaps condemn(law) himself to death by law judging others as sinners? For the only way to impute sin to anyone is to invoke the law, which then also condemns the person judging others as sinners.
Galatians 3 also notes what's evident from the evidence is "that no man is justified by the law in the sight of God". So it poses the question: does this also include the man "Jesus"?
Perhaps this is the reason "Christ" is the end of the law, Christ abolished the law to be our peace; Also why both eternal life and peace with God are said to be "through Jesus --> Christ" which end focuses on "Christ". Also why "reconciling the world" to "that God" (the God of all grace) is notably done "in Christ", not in Jesus. For being reconciled to Jesus is as being reconciled to death, not life.
What are your thoughts on it? Enquiring minds want to know.
The GRACE of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.