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  1. The argument that is unconvincing and without merit, in my opinion, is that Jesus was either a liar, a lunatic, a legend, or God incarnate, and legend can be ruled out, so we're back to the "trilemma"—Liar, Lunatic, or Lord. Kreeft says, "The argument is logically airtight." Show me the syllogisms!
  2. In other words, Jesus, a real person with proven historical existence, does in fact claim to be God. So we’re back to where we started: Jesus is either a liar, a lunatic, or he is in fact the Lord. In a way, we find a similar situation in the Gospels when Jesus asks his apostles, “Who do you say that I am?” (Matthew ). It is a question that any authentic Christian must answer with every fiber of his being .
  3. He was a liar, a religious charlatan who knowingly made false claims. He was a lunatic, someone who was sincere but deluded. He was a  mere legend and didn’t exist at all. Let us look at each of these.
  4. Mar 21,  · Liars and lunatics are all so dull and predictable! No one who knows the Gospels and human beings can seriously entertain the possibility that Jesus was a liar or a lunatic, a bad man.” The idea that Jesus was self-deceived or delusional is simply not .
  5. Nov 28,  · They don't believe he was a liar or a lunatic (although he was at least one, and maybe the second). But if a person believes he was neither liar nor lunatic, then Lewis' logic results in Smith.
  6. The Jesus of the Bible may not be a liar or a lunatic or a Lord but rather a legend. In other words, the Jesus of the Bible is not the Jesus of history, so your claims about what must be trust about the Jesus of the Bible do not lead to conclusions about the actual lordship of the Jesus of history. But C. S. Lewis can help with the rebuttal here.
  7. He would either be a lunatic—on a level with the man who says he is a poached egg—or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You can shut Him up for a fool, you can spit at Him and kill Him as a demon; or you can fall at His feet and call Him Lord and God. But let us not come with any patronising nonsense about His being a great human teacher.
  8. May 07,  · Lord, Liar, Lunatic or Legend? The first time I heard C.S. Lewis' Trilemma challenged was nearly 20 years ago. A local college professor invited Greg to speak to his philosophy class each term. The professor was a skeptic, but was happy to expose his students to good thinking even if he didn't believe what the Bible taught about Jesus. After.
  9. Jan 09,  · Today we will explore a very basic principle of apologetics: Lunatic Liar, or Lord. I like to add Legend to the list, for it to fits within this theory. This looks at the possibilities of Jesus’ story of being God’s son here in human form. Lunatic Theory: In this example, Jesus is just a crazy.

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