Jesus or Nothing

By Kevin Miller
Oct 8, 2014

Dan Dewitt discusses his new book Jesus or Nothing and the misconceptions many atheists have with the deity of Christ.

DeWitt has been the dean of Boyce College since May 2011. He previously served as the vice president for communications at Southern Seminary, and as the lead pastor of the Campus Church, Highview Baptist Church’s University of Louisville campus.

Twitter: @DanDeWitt

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