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[…]

The New Evidence That Demands A Verdict by Josh McDowell

In ‘The New Evidence That Demands a Verdict’, McDowell concentrated on addressing the questions asked by non-Christians.Through emphasizing historical and legal proofs, McDowell establishes the authenticity of the Biblical texts and the divinity of Jesus Christ. An excellent read for those who are earnest seekers and skeptics of the Christian faith.  Written by bestselling author and[…]

Who Made God?: Searching for a Theory of Everything, Edgar Andrews, New Atheism, Richard Dawkins, Christianity, Atheism, Scientific Atheism, book review, books for evangelism, evangelism

Who Made God? by Edgar Andrews

Presenting scientific and logically sound arguments supporting the Christian worldview, ‘Who Made God?’ is an excellent resource for scientific atheists, agnostics and even skeptics of the Christian faith.  Written by Professor Edgar Andrews (BSc, PhD, DSc, FInstP, FIMMM, CEng, CPhys.), Emeritus Professor of Materials at the University of London and an international expert on the science of[…]

Who Moved the Stone? by Frank Morison

Frank Morison’s ‘Who Moved The Stone?’ is a must read for anyone with doubts and questions on the reality of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Book recommended for seekers and skeptics.  Written by Albert Henry Ross under the pseudonym ‘Frank Morison’, Who Moved the Stone? : A Skeptic Looks at the Death and Resurrection of[…]

The End of Religion by Bruxy Cavey

‘The End Of Religion’ is a thought-provoking and engaging book recommended for seekers, non-believers and those who have problems with ‘organized religion’. Also a good book for Christians, if by any case, you ever found yourself frustrated by a shallow, systemic religion that seems to have lost sight of Jesus Christ.  Written by Bruxy Cavey, teaching[…]

Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis

Written by one of the most influential Christian writers of the 20th century, C.S. Lewis’ ‘Mere Christianity’ provides a defense of the core beliefs and truths of Christianity. Book recommended for believers and non-believers alike.  Mere Christianity is C.S. Lewis’ most popular apologetic book which are adapted from a series of BBC radio talks between[…]

The Prodigal God by Timothy Keller

In ‘The Reason For God‘, Timothy Keller offers an explanation why we should believe in God which we recommend for both non-believers and those who are skeptical of the Christian faith. Keller’s second book, ‘The Prodigal God’ focuses on Jesus’ best known parable to reveal an unexpected message of hope and salvation. This book will challenge both 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[…]