Lewis's trilemma

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Etymology[edit]

One version was popularised by the scholar and writer C. S. Lewis.

Proper noun[edit]

Lewis's trilemma

  1. (theology) An apologetic argument for the divinity of Jesus, claiming that if he was not divine then he must have been either evil or deluded.