I know it has been asked many times in the "Proving Christianity wrong crowd", but I see that consistently the question isn't really answered. Since there has been a lull, maybe we can cover this. some examples of his praying http://ipost.christianpost.com/post/12-bible-verses-to-show-how-jesus-prayed So the scenarios I see as possibilities, please feel free to comment changes, additions, alternatives, etc. 1. (Most Common) To his father, God. The issue with this (IMO) is it hinges on a polytheist idea. a separation of the 2 entities. If they are one in the same, such as the classical 3-in-1 idea, wouldn't he be praying to himself? This would infer also that he did so knowingly, giving rise to the issue that some might look at the act as an example of self praise being the correct manner. 2. To himself, unknowingly. I have a strong dislike for claiming God would not recognize his own self, in any form. Nor that his knowledge would be limited, especially given that he was lat least a Prophet and did miracles. 3. (most common outside of Christianity) To God, as the prophets before him did. This theory hinges on a separation and non-divine nature of Jesus (PBUH).