Christ or Chaos
“DeWitt weighs the evidence for and against Christianity theologically, cleverly, and profoundly, yet with sensitivity and clarity. In the end, he reminds us that only the gospel can change the human heart and enlighten the mind. If you want to be prepared to answer difficult questions about the reality of your Christian faith in the public arena in a gentle and reverent way, this book is for you. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and I will recommend it frequently.”See All
Senior Pastor, International Baptist Church, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; President, Wisdom & Integrity Ministries
“In this book Dan applies eternal truth to modern ideologies in a way that engages and equips every reader to discover or defend his or her faith. All who care about spiritual truth owe it to themselves to read this book.”See All
award–winning singer/songwriter; lead singer, NewSong
“In Christ or Chaos DeWitt uses argument in an artistic way to illustrate the biblical view of the world. He shows not only that Christianity is true, but also that it is the only compelling way to understand the cosmos and the human condition. This is a great read.”See All
Grammy–nominated Christian hip–hop artist
“Change begins with conversations. With compassion–filled logical prose, DeWitt’s Christ or Chaos provides believers with an accessible icebreaker so that they can begin thoughtful long–term conversations with the nonbelieving world.”See All
D. A. Horton
Pastor, The Summit Church, Durham, North Carolina; author, Bound to Be Free
“Christ or Chaos gets right to the heart of the biggest human question: Are we made by God with a plan, or are we a cosmic accident? With stories, research, and personal examples, Dan will take you on a journey exploring the most important questions of life. And as you will see, the evidence for the Christian worldview is compelling.”See All
Assistant Professor of Christian Apologetics, Biola University; author, A New Kind of Apologist
“I’m kind of over apologetics–type books. Many—if not most—portray conversations with skeptics in this weird alternate reality where unbelievers ask all the right questions in the right order and care about intellectual consistency. Dan DeWitt knows that world doesn’t exist. And in Christ or Chaos he shows how fluid and complex journeys to and from Christ really are. Still, he avoids wandering through spiritual–sounding truisms. DeWitt is not afraid of arguments and facts. Like all his writing, this book anthologizes some of the most compelling reflections from Christianity’s best thinkers. Christ or Chaos wrestles with the deepest questions without the familiar cookie cutters.”See All
Editorial Director, Relevant magazine
“A wonderfully accessible book, perfect not only for college students, but for seekers and doubters as well. Dan takes sophisticated reasoning on some of the most difficult questions and really puts it on the bottom shelf.”See All
J. D. Greear
Lead Pastor, The Summit Church, Durham, North Carolina; author, Gaining By Losing
“Dan DeWitt has written a pithy, intelligent, and delightfully readable book that takes aim at—and hits squarely—the old questions raised by the so–called new atheists. Having debated atheists Christopher Hitchens, Michael Shermer, and Daniel Dennett, I can say authoritatively that DeWitt has neither oversimplified nor overcomplicated the issues. Every serious–minded Christian would do well to read this book.”See All
Executive Director, Fixed Point Foundation
“Dan DeWitt is a sharp, rigorous thinker who can communicate deep truths in a way people can grasp. This book shows the way forward in the struggle between Christ and our reigning secularist cultural mood. Buy three copies of this book. Get one copy for an unbelieving friend, to think through the claims of Christ. Get one for a young Christian, unsure of his or her faith. And then read one copy yourself, to equip you to engage your neighbors with the credible good news of Jesus Christ.”See All
President, The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission; author, Onward
Is Christianity irrational?
Atheists often say that it is. But does such a charge really stand up to close scrutiny? This book follows the story of Thomas, a junior in college, as he wrestles with the claims of those who think the Christian faith is nothing more than a collection of ancient myths with little connecting to reality.
Whether you are facing objections to your faith for the first time, simply discussing your faith with unbelieving friends, or doubting your faith altogether, you might be surprised to discover that Christianity actually offers a more compelling explanation of what it means to be human than atheism could ever hope to provide.