And seeing in the distance a fig tree in leaf, he went to see if he could find anything on it. When he came to it, he found nothing but leaves, for it was not the season for figs.
~ Mark 11:13
And that Israel was often compared allegorically with a fig tree is a fact of biblical history. Do with that what you will.
If we use your line of reasoning, then every miracle He performed had something attached to it besides genuine human emotion. In other words, you dehumanize Him, which is a huge part of the foundation of our faith.
Jesus was just being good when he was healing the sick and raising the dead, but He never hurt anything intentionally? I have a gut feeling that He hurt more than just the fig tree, and when we see that mountain thrown into the sea in Revelation and about a billion people die; He won't be doing it to reason away His emotions. He'll be doing it because, He's mad.
This castration of Jesus must infuriate Him. No wonder He kills about two thirds of mankind. They refuse to believe He was a real man who can also kill you in a heartbeat with what simply comes out of His mouth.
Remember, in the end He spits out the luke-warm church, and what man returns to His spittle on the ground? They make Him sick.
I'm going to take a stab in the dark and say that you weren't really interested in hearing answers. You just wanted to share what you thought was a "contradiction", after all - where are the mountain movers? If you aren't interested in hearing answers, I'm not interested in wasting my time giving any further. I'll keep that in mind next time I see a thread started by you, Raptor. I wish you the best for the future
~ Regards, PA