Jesus or Nothing

Jesus or Nothing

Dan DeWitt / Feb 17, 2020

Jesus or Nothing It s time to make a choice Many young adults are abandoning the Christian faith convinced that it s an outdated and uneducated belief system Dan DeWitt counters these misconceptions and challenges us

  • Title: Jesus or Nothing
  • Author: Dan DeWitt
  • ISBN: 9781433540462
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s time to make a choice.Many young adults are abandoning the Christian faith, convinced that it s an outdated and uneducated belief system Dan DeWitt counters these misconceptions and challenges us to think carefully about the choice between Jesus and nothing by comparing the Christian worldview with the notion of a godless universe devoid of true goodness and ultimateIt s time to make a choice.Many young adults are abandoning the Christian faith, convinced that it s an outdated and uneducated belief system Dan DeWitt counters these misconceptions and challenges us to think carefully about the choice between Jesus and nothing by comparing the Christian worldview with the notion of a godless universe devoid of true goodness and ultimate significance.This winsome book describes the rock solid foundation for life that Christians enjoy in and through the gospel offering an explanation for our existence, grace for our guilt, and meaning for our mortality.

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    1. Many people have found comfort in nothingness. Nothing to believe in, nothing to hold you back, nothing to stop you from doing what you want to do. Nothingness can have quite an appeal. It’s the battle cry of the New Atheism; there’s is nothing in this universe worth believing in. It’s the banner of the existentialists; there’s nothing in this world except what you make it to be. And its the choice numerous people have made when confronted with questions of doubt regarding faith in God. [...]


    2. There is nothing better than a book that makes you stop and think, long after you turn that last page. Jesus or Nothing does exactly that.As Christians, we have a responsibility to share the gospel with others with the goal of creating new disciples of Jesus - But there’s one major barrier to this goal. We’re trying to reach people who don’t know Jesus, who don’t go to church or who may have gone to church in the past and for some reason or another have been turned away. That barrier is [...]


    3. One of the most prominent worldviews today is nihilism, which is a strong belief in nothing. In this small, quick read, and short apologetics guide, Dan DeWitt expounds on an alternative worldview that can bring hope, faith and love basing his theological arguments from the book of Colossians. Many times when people are asked their faith, they respond by saying they are not religious or do not believe there is God. Such worldviews, promote the worship of nothing, where people strongly believe th [...]


    4. This is the kind of book that would be great to give to a graduating high school student or a college student. I think that may be the author's intended audience, though the book could be profitably read by anyone else. DeWitt attempts to show that the Christian worldview is more coherent than the atheistic one. I believe he succeeds in showing that the theistic worldview makes better sense of life than an atheistic one. However, he doesn't show that the Christian worldview is superior to other [...]


    5. Jesus or NothingDan DewittCopyright 2014This book geared toward the non believer helps to show them that loving Jesus is not only plausible but it is doable.  This book points out that some xecularists live good lives and sadly not all Christians live as their Savior would have them live but it also points out the importance ov the decision to accept Christ.This is a great book to share with high school or college age students who are struggling to understand what faith is.  It would be a gre [...]


    6. The irreducible choice before each person, DeWitt proposes, is theism or nihilism. He goes on to explain that faith in Christ provides the most rational explanation of the universe (including theism, rational thought, etc.). Those looking for fine-tuned arguments will have to search elsewhere, but DeWitt has constructed a work that skillfully showcases the inevitable clash of worldviews as well as the resulting choice each of us is faced with. A thought-stimulating read, worthy of investment.


    7. A good little introductory book paralleling the 2 worldviews of The existence of God as viewed in Christianity vs the existence of Nothing in athiesm. The author begs the question, "If life begins and ends in nothingness, how can we act as though it has some sort of intrinsic significance in the middle? Can we live with a lie, knowing that there is no objective value to human life?" I appreciate how well he applied the gospel message as the answer to this question that we all ask ourselves.


    8. This is my first book for the VT Reading Challenge! A book about theology. I do hope that I am right that this book is about theology. This is a great apologetic book to read. Thankful for this. I learned a lot in this book.


    9. A good introduction to the philosophical stance that there are really only two worldview options: The Gospel, or Nihilism.


    10. I was blessed to have Dan DeWitt as a professor. He's truly a dedicated man of God, excellent teacher, and compassionate leader. He's an authentic man who actually cares about people's well being, he doesn't see them as projects. It was a joy reading this and being allowed to gain from his wisdom and be humbled by his love for others.



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