A few great resources for everyone: 1) “The Lamb” and…
A few great resources for everyone:
1) “The Lamb” and “The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus” by John R. Cross. Clear explanations of the Gospel.
2) “Mere Christianity” by C.S Lewis. Clearly walks through general revelation, and is possibly the best walk through on the Moral Law I’ve seen so far.
3) “I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist” by Dr. Norman Geisler and Frank Turek. A staple in the apologetics world. Walks from reality all the way to the Gospel.
4) “Understanding the Times” by David A. Noebel. Great comparison between the different worldviews. Summit Ministries sells the most up to date version.
5) “Same-Sex Marriage” by Sean McDowell and John Stonestreet. Personally, this is the best book hands down on this topic I’ve read.
6) “Baker’s Encyclopedia on Christian Apologetics” by Dr. Norman Geisler. Absolutely amazing resource to have on hand.
7) “Cold-Case Christianity” with J. Warner Wallace. Website, book and podcast all great.
8) “Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door” by Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler. Great book which has a bunch of easy and quick answers for a ton of the most common objections and questions Christians get.
9) “When Skeptics Ask” and “When Critics Ask” by Dr. Norman Geisler and Ronald M. Brooks, and Dr. Norman Geisler and Dr. Thomas Howe, each pair respectively. Skeptics is geared towards doubters, critics towards those who are critical of the faith. These books take common questions and difficulties about the Bible and walk through each one.
10) “The Lamb and the Fuhrer” by Ravi Zacharias. This book imagines the conversation between Jesus and Hitler after Hitler died. This was an excellent read and clarifies a few major issues and ideas!