Jesus with Dirty Feet by Don Everts

‘Jesus with Dirty Feet’ is an excellent book directed at seekers who are trying to find out who Jesus is all about and to skeptics of the Christian faith.  In Jesus with Dirty Feet: A Down-To-Earth Look at Christianity for the Curious and Skeptical, Don Everts tells the history and origins of the Christian faith and explains[…]

Reinventing Jesus by J. Ed Komoszewski, M. James Sawyer and Daniel Wallace

Providing evidences for the historical validity of the Christian faith, Reinventing Jesus is an excellent book for any motivated layperson and skeptics.  Written by J. Ed Komoszewski, M. James Sawyer and Daniel B. Wallace, Reinventing Jesus: How Contemporary Skeptics Miss the Real Jesus and Mislead Popular Culture seeks to answer the most common misconceptions and lies of the[…]

Is The Bible True... Really? By Josh McDowell and Dave Sterrett, Skepticism, skeptics, Holy Bible, Novella, The Coffeehouse Chronicles, Books For Evangelism, evangelism, book review,

Is The Bible True… Really? By Josh McDowell and Dave Sterrett

If you have questions or serious doubts about the Bible, McDowell and Sterrett’s ‘Is the Bible True… Really?’ is an excellent resource that can provide you with an easy-to-understand arguments for the reliability of the Holy Scripture. Recommended for agnostics or a skeptics.    The Coffeehouse Chronicles by Josh McDowell and Dave Sterrett is a series of short,[…]

The Language of God by Francis Collins, Christianity, Agnosticism, agnostics, skepticism, skeptics, Conversion, science, books for evangelism, evangelism, book review,

The Language of God by Francis S. Collins

Providing the best argument for the integration of science and faith, Francis S. Collins’ ‘The Language of God’ is an excellent resource for non-believers when questioning their own agnosticism and atheism. Francis S. Collins used his faith in God and his professional expertise to present a powerful case for the integration of Science and the[…]

The Reason for God by Timothy Keller, Agnoticism, Skepticism, agnostics, skeptics, Christianity, books for evangelism, books, book review, evangelism

The Reason for God by Timothy Keller

Using literature, philosophy, real-life conversations, pop culture and intellectual reasoning, The Reason for God provides powerful and rational arguments for the Christian faith and addresses the most common doubts that skeptics and non-believers bring to Christian faith. Highly recommended for both non-believers and skeptics.  Written by the Founding Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New[…]

Simply Christian by N. T. Wright

Heralded as a worthy successor to C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity by Christianity Today, Simply Christian is an excellent resource for explaining Christianity to skeptics and unbelievers. Written by a world-renowned New Testament scholar, N. T. Wright, Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense is an attempt to simplify the Christian doctrine and explaining it in a comprehensive[…]