Glowy Goopy Goodness
- Jul 11, 2007
- MBTI Type
Bottom line is, if he is the Son of God or intellectually sound, he should be making true utterances about the world which could be proven in terms of objective reasoning. If he knows what he is talking about he should be able to defend that rationally.
It doesn't matter if he is the Son of God, it only matters that he makes true utterances.
He is only required to be correct about one thing, that he is the Son of God. A person of the most virtuous character would make sure they are certain about something like this before they went around claiming it. Misleading someone about this would cause too much harm, so the virtuous person must have absolute certainty that they are correct.
If I am wrong then the easy way to disprove me is to provide a counterexample. Provide a counterexample where a person meets the three qualities that I described, but somehow comes to the wrong conclusion that they are the Son of God.