He's no version of Jesus, and you should expect the character to have any Jesus-like behaviour, even though they share many origin elements (which nobody is arguing). Who are you to say that he does nothing when what's on screen show and tell us the opposite? What hasn't he shown? The midi-chlorians themselves? Why would he do that? The audience doesn't need to see everything they are told, and vice versa. No argument at all? Expected, I guess... So, your argument is that what happens in one scene (or more) makes all the other ones inexistent? Do I even need to explain how that argument is a fallacious one? No, you haven't. What you have quoted are character's assumptions of Anakin becoming (not being) the most powerful Jedi. Because he had the potential to be so, but never became. [Removed. ~Sx3] Again, you fail to grasp the fact that Anakin has the potential to become powerful, not that he's powerful. And the movie already shows how gifted Anakin is at a very young age. Yes, it's your opinion. Of course it is. The same way we don't need to see Han make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, etc... The audience doesn't need to see everything in order to understand the characters and their relationships. Weak argument. Another fallacy. Even if true, since when does the majority's opinion makes it a fact? Oh, the irony. It has already been refuted ad nauseum, even if you ignored it. Your posts are here for everyone to see. No need to throw your faults to others.