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The Case for Christ - The Psychological Evidence Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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The Psychological Evidence Summary and Analysis

Among Strobel's expert witnesses, Gary Collins holds a master's degree in psychology and a doctorate in clinical psychology. He has taught, studied and written in his field for more that 35 years. In fact, he has written almost 150 articles and authored 45 books including The Magnificent Mind; Family Shock; Can You Trust Psychology? and more. The leading question Strobel asks of this witness is whether or not Jesus was crazy for claiming to be God. The short answer is "no," but Collins goes on to explain. While it is true that people who suffer from delusional psychosis might exhibit grandiose ideas of who they are and yet appear to be rational most of the time, Collins points to not just what Jesus says but instead suggests a deeper look at his emotions. People suffering from psychosis display inappropriate emotions such as anxiety, depression...

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