"Mad, bad or God?" is the question posed by C. S. Lewis about Jesus Christ. Imagine someone with a mind so healthy that he doesn't need to see a psychiatrist. Ever. Yet that person runs the gauntlet of taunting, mockery, and false accusations. People turn against him. Friends disown and desert him. He stands alone. Amazingly, two thousand years after his death, the taunts still fly. Films and books appear with fresh accusations and oh-so-convincing arguments. Jesus had greater influence than any other person who ever lived. Yet atheistic detractors often portray him as insane or deranged. Is there any basis for such claims? As psychiatrists, Pablo Martinez and Andrew Sims felt the need to speak up. They invite you to shadow them as they examine what they believe to be the most fascinating mind in all of history. They consider Jesus's words, actions, and teaching, and use fascinating insights from psychiatry to make an assessment. The authors enable us to articulate a strong defense of Jesus's mental health. They help us dispel doubts, affirm our faith, and present a captivating portrait of Jesus.