Every worldview is a story. Each has an author, a beginning, and an end.
Christ or Chaos is a survey of the Christian story, the biblical view of the world, set against the backdrop of one of its most popular and aggressive foes: secularism. This four-session study, based on the Crossway book "Christ or Chaos," explores the foundations of the Christian view of reality framed by four words: Creation, Separation, Incarnation, and Regeneration.
Explore the landscape of the Christian worldview in this four-session video series centered around the fundamental elements of a biblical perspective of reality: Creation, Separation, Incarnation, and Regeneration. The leader’s guide includes reproducible lessons for use by small group leaders, tips for leading the study, an outline of the material covered in the videos, options for additional reading and study, and discussion questions.
Four approximately 30 minute teaching sessions from author Dan DeWitt presenting the Christ or Chaos material to a group of college students. Dan’s real passion in life is to present and illustrate the explanatory power of the gospel for young adults. The beloved Christian author C.S. Lewis once said, “I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.” Like Lewis, Dan believes it is the gospel that makes the best sense out of the world we live, the values we hold, and the lives we hope to lead.
Promote your study with high resolution graphics for digital or print use. Display the Christ or Chaos images on your website, PowerPoint, church bulletin, or newsletter. The kit includes: JPEG files of the main images for the different topics. We’ve also included a layered PSD file for those of you with photoshop skills. (We knew you would ask).
About Christ or Chaos
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.