Who was Jesus: The Trilemma
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Who was Jesus: The Trilemma

An Examination of the Only 3 Possible Options of Jesus' Identity
4.9 (37 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,093 students enrolled
Created by Travis Metz
Last updated 5/2016
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the Trilemma argument and deploy it to demonstrate that it is most reasonable to believe that Jesus was God.
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Requirements
  • Disregard your presuppositions, whether positive or negative, and humble your mind and heart to follow only the evidence to its own conclusion.
Description

This course explores the time-tested argument for Christ's deity - The Trilemma.

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"Very interesting and I'm learning far more than anticipated." -Shari Caudill

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The course walks students through a four-point deductive argument that uses evidence to demonstrate that there are only three possible options for Jesus' identity: Liar, Lunatic, or Lord.

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"Excellent course. Well-organized, well-presented. I HIGHLY recommend
this course to EVERYONE! The arguments presented are logical, deductive,
and well-supported."
-Tracy Jenise Pinkard

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The course explores these three options each individually to discern which - as per the historical evidence - is most probable.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is most well-suited for the Christian who wishes to learn the evidence that supports the objective truth of Christianity - especially for the one who wishes to become a sharp critical thinker, intellectual leader and evangelist of the mind. It is also for the curious non-Christian or spiritual seaker who wishes to explore the evidence and decide whether they believe Christianity to be true.
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Curriculum For This Course
10 Lectures
01:00:52
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Are You a Wise Man?
1 Lecture 05:34
Are You a Wise Man?
05:34
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What is "Apologetics"?
1 Lecture 04:35
Introduction to Apologetics
04:35
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The Trilemma
5 Lectures 32:21
What is the Trilemma?
05:41

Point 1: Jesus Claimed to be God
08:34

Point 2: Only 3 Options
06:24

Point 3: Liar? Lunatic?
05:04

Point 4: Our Conclusion
06:38
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Farewell (Well, Almost)
3 Lectures 18:22
Are You Kidding Me?!
07:10

How I Use Your Feedback
02:39

Frequently Asked Questions
08:33
About the Instructor
Travis Metz
4.9 Average rating
37 Reviews
1,093 Students
1 Course

First, I was born. Then I grew up. It was not until I was in my second year of college that I ever did anything worth mentioning in a biography.

Somewhat depressed and confused, in my sophomore year at Shepherd University an hour outside of the nation's capital I began to read philosophy and apologetics. Faith growing, I soon became a leader of two campus ministries. One was Ratio Christi, a worldwide student apologetics ministry, for which I served as Vice President of SU's chapter. Now, a year after graduation, I am taking what I learned in college and applying it. Not anything I learned in class, but rather, what I learned in my own personal study, and from the brilliant minds I studied with and under on our own time while I was at my small, secular, liberal university.