The authors of the book 'Advances in Space Research' say they have a model which will tell you the Global Mean Annual near-surface Temperature (GMAT) of any rocky planet
All you need to know is total solar irradiation TSI and the atmospheric pressure at the surface.
The new model is derived via regression analysis of measured data from 6
bodies, Venus, Earth, Moon, Mars,
Titan and Triton.
Does this mean GHG's wont have any effect , I don't thinks so, but it does show they are not everything.
Update: Is not adiabatic lapse rate not a gravito-thermal effect?