Noted writer C.S. Lewis, author of the Chronicles of Narnia series and esteemed Oxford faculty member, changed from being an agnostic bordering on atheism to an ardent believer in Jesus at the age of thirty after studying the life of Christ. He concluded there were only three positions a person could come to about Jesus:
He was either:
A liar (but liars don’t provide the world’s greatest wisdom or present an example of holy living);
A madman (but madmen don’t espouse the loftiest teachings ever to be immortalized in writing); or …
The Son of God (which is exactly what He claimed to be)
Which description do you think makes the most sense?
Published on Saturday, December 21, 2013 @ 4:55 AM CDT