Well after reading the Gospel of John, I've developed some questions relating to the whole Christology Trinity thing that are confusing to me. First, if Jesus is fully God, then why does He pray to God constantly? I know that the Father and the Son are two distinct persons, yet, we also state that they are fully one united, so it becomes rather confusing, leading us to the conclusion that Jesus was praying to Himself, which, makes no sense. In fact, I know this is why many Muslims and restorationists reject the Trinity and Divinity of Jesus.
What does Jesus mean when He says "I can do nothing by myself," and "I come to please Him who sent me"? If Jesus is fully God, then how can He do nothing by Himself and how can He be sent by anyone?
I don't see how one could understand this while still adhering to the Trinity and Divinity of Jesus without resorting to the ultra Nestorian Protestant view that "Jesus was merely setting an example," which, reduces everything He did and said to being mere rhetorical devices and acts.