|What Did Jesus Claim of Himself?|
This section is about the divine claims of Jesus. Did he claim to be God? It does not address the question of the authenticity of the sayings of Jesus, which is another topic.
Foundational Points -- some preliminary guidelines on the question.
In Defense of the Trilemma -- e.g., "Liar, Lunatic, or Lord"
Answers to Further Objections on the Trilemma
Analysis of the claims of Jesus to divinity. Also discusses the evaluations of NT authors where relevant.
Essays and book reviews on persons who deny that Jesus made these claims (or say that they mean something else).
Skeptical Objections -- critique of common skeptical misunderstandings of the Trinity, with reference to this article
Mormon Objections -- critique of the Mormon view of Jesus, and of responses.
Jehovah's Witnesses' Objections -- critique of the Jehovah's Witnesses' view of Jesus
Unitarian Objections -- based on dialogues with Unitarians-
Christadelphian Objections -- some unique Christadelphian arguments; the Christadelphians are Unitarians. Also contains an answer to the issue, "Yeah, but Wisdom was female; Jesus was male!"
Islamic Objections -- answers a set of questions being posted on Islamic sites
A look at the work of L. Ray Smith's Objections
Bibliography of books on the divine claims of Jesus