The Jewish Pharisees were the dominating religious sinners when Jesus entered the world to be used to preach the gospel and be sacrificed for the forgiveness of sins. The flesh of Jesus was the only sinless flesh of man to exist since man was first put on earth. This enabled God to use his flesh for his own purpose.
The Pharisees believed they knew the scriptures better than anyone because they learned to memorize large portions of the law. This gave their sin of pride a lot to protect so they became fearful of anyone preaching or teaching something different than they were. They made their own rules to keep out certain people they didn't like or they were fearful of. They were called the sinners because they didn't know the god of the scriptures like the Pharisees knew him. These people were the lepers, tax collectors, drunks, prostitutes, thieves, poor, etc.
Jesus wasn't a Pharisee and he hadn't memorized scriptures like they did but every word he spoke was inspired by God. God used his vocabulary that he learned while going to Sabbath day scripture readings with his family. This is all God needs because he inspires these vocabulary words by arranging them according to God's knowledge before they were spoken by Jesus. Jesus said many times that his Father gave him the words to speak of the understanding in his stories.
The flesh of all men were made corrupt with a sin nature that was inherited from the sin nature of Adam and Eve. Jesus was the only one born without this sin nature because God changed the seed of his parents before he was conceived in the womb. This made the flesh of Jesus totally obedient to the spoken word of God.
This sin nature twists the thoughts of truth in the mind of a man and this is what makes us sinners. We take the truth of God and make it a lie to satisfy our sin nature so we worship our own ideas instead of the true God. Only God can change this sin nature in a sinner through a long process of confession, repentance and forgiveness.
Jesus knew by the time he started preaching the gospel that everyone were sinners. He also knew that some sinners elevate themselves above other sinners like the Pharisees did. Jesus called them the righteous people but only in a sarcastic way. They were self-righteous because of their sin of pride that was strengthened by their ability to memorize scriptures. They loved other people who could do the same as they did.
When Jesus spoke the inspired words of God to them, they couldn't understand them because their sin nature confused his words in their minds and made them fearful. Jealousy causes lots of fear in many sinners so they were trying to get Jesus to adhere to their rules and laws they knew so well. They didn't realize the created existence of Jesus was the law and commandments of God called the Word. Jesus had the judge within his heart, mind and soul and was judging the Pharisees as they were mocking his inspired words.
They really got jealous when Jesus spent time with the outcasts that the Pharisees condemned as sinners. Jesus knew that all God's people would be saved from their sinful flesh but the Pharisees didn't believe this. They believed in their own interpretations that told them the wicked, thieves, adulterers, and other names they read about in the scriptures were those they condemned. They didn't realize these names were about all the flesh of man. They didn't know that the flesh was separated from our created existence in God and that only our bodies die. Our created souls remain in God at all times.
When a group of people makes rules to keep out other sinners, they are just like the Pharisees who ended up seeking the death of Jesus because he was breaking their rules and laws. Jesus was put to death because of blaspheme of the scriptural god of the Pharisees that they had in their imaginations.
When I sign up in these forums with all these rules with what we can and can't say, I know exactly what I'm getting into. The commandment to not bear false witness against thy neighbors doesn't apply to the righteous modern day Pharisees who have their own rules and laws to abide by. The sin nature of man hasn't changed since the first people who twisted the commandments of God and did their own thing. It hasn't changed since the Jewish Pharisees had Jesus killed and it won't change until the last flesh of man is killed during this age.