As intimidating as 'orthodoxy' sounds and as threatening as some pictures of G.K. Chesterton may look, I found his book incredibly witty, so true, and all together,… well, orthodox! G.K. states it so well “People have fallen into a foolish habit of speaking of orthodoxy as something heavy, humdrum, and safe. There never was anything … Continue reading Orthodoxy – G.K. Chesterton
This is a must read for honest people with honest questions about the purpose and meaning of life, hence the title. I personally think it eclipses other great apologetic work done by C.S. Lewis, Josh McDowell, and Ravi Zacharias who wrote the intro. Joe Boot has done an incredible job at presenting the reality of … Continue reading Searching For Truth – Joe Boot
This is a must read for anyone that has any doubts about the Bible. The Bible is in a class by itself when it comes to the kind of evidence that points to its supernatural origins.
I don't think there is a page in this book that doesn't have something underlined. This is an excellent book to read if your wanting to sink you teeth into something that forces you to think about life without God in a very real way. You may find yourself re-reading some pages as the ideas … Continue reading Can Man Live Without God – Ravi Zacharias
This is an excellent book to read if you're curious about Christianity. It is also excellent if you want to become a stronger Christian, it lays an excellent foundation for understanding how reasonable it is to be a Christian.
I've used this book as a reference tool for all kinds of common struggles and questions that many people face each day. Perhaps you are looking for some answers to some questions or a biblical perspective on a struggle, this is a great book to have and will help you wade through all kinds of … Continue reading Youth Aflame – Winkie Pratney
The unquestioning of all things spiritual is absurd, all religions, plainly and simply, cannot be true. This book outlines the reasonableness of Christianity in light of other religions. Ravi Zacharias was raised a Hindu in India and later became a Christian and brings an excellent perspective into this debate among the world views.
This is the first and it may be the only exclusively ProLife book I'll ever read. This book walks you through the mire of the ProChoice movements reasoning in such and extensive and comprehensive way that by the end of this book if your eyes haven't been opened to the truth, your blind to it.
While there are so many books out there designed to exhaustively and carefully wade through the issues that have to do with other religions and beliefs, I picked these books up and wasn't disappointed with them. I would encourage you to read them if your beliefs are the subject of the book or if you’re … Continue reading Reasoning from the Scriptures – Ron Rhodes
If his book "Evidence that demands a verdict" intimidates you as it did me, this book is an excellent way to get your feet wet in Josh McDowell's work. I have found it to be a great resource to go back as well as a source of motivation to do more studying about subjects that … Continue reading A Ready Defense "The Best of Josh McDowell"