You seem to have missed my main point. C.S. Lewis framed the trilemma based on the recorded words of Jesus Christ: Jesus said He was God. Anyone making such a claim in ancient times or modern times is one of three things: they’re lying, they’re telling the truth, or they’re crazy. You are not responding to this trilemma by shifting the discussion to the question of whether or not the Bible is reliable.
As to the reliability of the Scriptures, I am fully persuaded of two things: 1. The Scriptures are entirely reliable. 2. There is overwhelming evidence to the reliability of the Scriptures that only someone prejudiced against Jesus would reject in spite of the truth. You obviously disagree.