"Jesus was a great teacher." The ultimate subject of all of Holy Scripture is Christ, and what He said and did doesn't allow us that option. (We can debate whether Mohamed was a "great teacher" based on his teachings and his life. It's not hard for most people to see that loving others on the same level as ourselves is a more godly approach than waging war on civilians in the name of one's religion, but that seems to be changing.) C.S. Lewis said that Jesus does not give us the option of saying that He was a good moral teacher. A moral man would not make the claims that Christ made, of being in the Godhead before the days of Abraham, of having the power to forgive sins against God, or of having the power to die, and rise again, of His own will. Such claims would have to come from a liar, or a lunatic. A liar, though, would surely have changed his story when facing torture and death, and a lunatic could not have backed up his claims with such miracles (Remember, His miracles were so widely recognised by friend and foe alike that for the first several centuries afterward it wasn't His divinity, but His humanity that was hard for people to comprehend!) "Which is easier," He asked, "To say 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, 'Rise and walk?'" At His word, the paralytic rolled up his mat and went home. The only option left us is that He truly is the Lord of Creation, and of life. How does that affect your life?