Nontheist: Prove it.
Theist: Well, just look around you. God created everything you see. See? That proves God!
Nontheist: I see...and how do you know that everything wasn’t created by an invisible purple Gnome named Wilbur who lives on the dark side of the moon, therefore proving Wilbur?
Theist: Because fill-in-the-blank-holy-book says that God did it!
Nontheist: Just how do you know your book’s claims are reliable though?
Theist: Because my book is self-authenicating, it says right here that it was written by God.
Nontheist: Using a book that claims self authentication commits the logical fallacy of circular reasoning. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. Assertions that are unfalsifiable and immune from disproof aren’t worth much. How do you know your book wasn’t written by the Invisible Pink Unicorn?
Differs from an atheist in that an athiest's belief is in not having beliefs.
Differs from an antithiest in that there is no active rebuttal of beliefs.
Essentially someome that neither has an opinion on, nor thinks about religion at all.
2. A person who hasn't read Peter Kreeft's work.
2. Jesus is a proven historical figure. Jesus' claim to be God can make Him two things: a good man if He didn't lie, and a bad man if He did. But anyone with sense agrees that He was not a bad man, and hence it leaves only one alternative, that He was a good man.
3. Jesus was either lord, liar or lunatic. He couldn't be a liar, because there was no motivation for His lie. All He got out of it was torture and a cruel crucifixion. He couldn't be a lunatic, because He was certainly a wise, creative, and intelligent teacher. Therefore, His psychological profile was opposite to that of a lunatic. Because the other two possibilities are eliminated, Jesus was Lord, and the Bible is therefore taken as authoritative holy scripture, not a fill-in-the-blank-holy-book.