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Mad Or God?: Jesus: The Healthiest Mind of All

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Imagine someone with a mind so healthy that he doesn't need to see a psychiatrist. Ever. Yet that person runs the gauntlet of taunting, mockery and false accusations. People turn against him. Friends disown and desert him. He stands...


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Imagine someone with a mind so healthy that he doesn't need to see a psychiatrist. Ever.

Yet that person runs the gauntlet of taunting, mockery and false accusations. People turn against him. Friends disown and desert him. He stands alone.

Amazingly, two thousand years after his death, the taunts still fly. Films and books appear with fresh accusations and oh-so-convincing arguments.

How can this man be discredited and silenced for once and for all? More to the point, can he?

As psychiatrists, we need to speak up. Enough is enough.

Shadow us as we examine what we believe to be the most fascinating mind in all of history.

Dare you imagine a different reality? And what will this mean in practice?

Jesus had greater influence than any other person who ever lived. Yet atheistic detractors often portray him as insane or deranged. Claims gather momentum. Often they are left unchallenged.

Is there any basis for such claims? The authors, respected psychiatrists, consider Jesus's words, actions and teaching, and use fascinating insights from psychiatry to make an assessment.

We need confidence to weigh up the evidence and reach robust conclusions. The authors enable us to articulate a strong defence of Jesus's mental health. They help us dispel doubts, affirm our faith and present a captivating portrait of Jesus.

Foreword by John Lennox

Part 1 - Showing that Jesus was not mentally ill

1 The mind of Christ through a psychiatrist's eye
2 Out of his mind - was Jesus psychotic?
3 A man of sorrows - did Jesus suffer from any other mental disorder?

Part 2 - Showing that Jesus had a health mind, proved by the coherence of his words and deeds

4 The test of his character - and the crowds were amazed
5 The test of a consistent life - what evil has he done? I find no crime in him
6 The test of meaningful relationships - encounters that transformed lives
7 The test of adversity - lessons without words in suffering
8 The test of influence - his power to change people

Epilogue - The test of his claims - who do you say I am?

Imagine someone with a mind so healthy that he doesn't need to see a psychiatrist. Ever.Yet that person runs the gauntlet of taunting, mockery and false accusations. People turn against him. Friends disown and desert him. He stands alone.Amazingly, two thousand years after his death, the taunts still fly. Films and books appear with fresh accusations and oh-so-convincing arguments.How can this man be discredited and silenced for once and for all? More to the point, can he?As psychiatrists, we need to speak up. Enough is enough.Shadow us as we examine what we believe to be the most fascinating mind in all of history.Dare you imagine a different reality? And what will this mean in practice?Jesus had greater influence than any other person who ever lived. Yet atheistic detractors often portray him as insane or deranged. Claims gather momentum. Often they are left unchallenged.Is there any basis for such claims? The authors, respected psychiatrists, consider Jesus's words, actions and teaching, and use fascinating insights from psychiatry to make an assessment.We need confidence to weigh up the evidence and reach robust conclusions. The authors enable us to articulate a strong defence of Jesus's mental health. They help us dispel doubts, affirm our faith and present a captivating portrait of Jesus."Mad, bad or God?" is the question posed by the CS Lewis trilemma. Here you'll find a robust defence of Jesus's mental health from two psychiatrists who dare to respond, portraying a compelling and captivating portrait of the Son of God.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 178369
  • Product Code 9781783596058
  • ISBN 1783596058
  • EAN 9781783596058
  • Pages 208
  • Department Academic
  • Category Apologetic
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Intervarsity Press Uk
  • Publication Date Jul 2018
  • Sales Rank 90188
  • Dimensions 216 x 138 x 15mm
  • Weight 0.234kg

Pablo Martinez

Pablo Martinez is a Spanish evangelical church leader, psychiatrist, speaker, and author of Prayer Life: how our personality effects the way we pray, A Thorn in the Flesh: finding strength and hope amid suffering and Beyond the Rainbow. He is also President of the Spanish Evangelical Alliance and Professor of Pastoral Psychology at the Spanish Theological Seminary.

Andrew Sims

For more than twenty years, Andrew Sims was Professor of Psychiatry in the University of Leeds. He was consecutively Dean (1987-1990), President (1990-93) and the first Director of Continuing Professional Development (1993-97) of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He edited Advances in Psychiatric Treatment from its inception in 1993 until 2003, and was founder editor of Developing Mental Health (2002-5). He has chaired the Spirituality and Psychiatry Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and has also served on the General Medical Council. The author of 12 books and ove

  • Foreword By John Lennoxpart 1 Showing That Jesus Was Not Mentally Ill:1 The Mind Of Christ Through A Psychiatrist's Eye2 Out Of His Mind - Was Jesus Psychotic?3 A Man Of Sorrows - Did Jesus Suffer From Any Other Mental Disorder?part 2 Showing That Jesus Had A Health Mind, Proved By The Coherence Of His Words And Deeds:4 The Test Of His Character - And The Crowds Were Amazed5 The Test Of A Consistent Life - What Evil Has He Done? I Find No Crime In Him6 The Test Of Meaningful Relationships - Encounters That Transformed Lives7 The Test Of Adversity - Lessons Without Words In Suffering8 The Test Of Influence - His Power To Change Peopleepilogue The Test Of His Claims - "who Do You Say I Am?"

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