These are some of our favorite books which help in applying the eternal truths of the Bible to our lives.
Mere Christianity—C.S. Lewis
Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis provides an unequaled opportunity for believers and non-believers alike to hear a powerful, rational case for the Christian faith. This twentieth century masterpiece of Christian apologetics is one of Lewis’ best-loved religious books and has held the personal key to a life-changing faith for millions of readers.
More Than A Carpenter—Josh McDowell
Josh McDowell’s timeless examination of the true nature of Christ and his impact on our lives is one of the best-selling Christian books ever (more than eight million copies in print worldwide!). Written by a former skeptic of Christianity, it is a hard-hitting book for those who doubt Jesus’ deity and his purpose.
Who Is This Jesus?—Michael Green
A gifted writer and pastor explores the mystery and the majesty of the Son of God and gives answers to the questions that lead to faith. In a post-Christian society, this simple and well-written book portrays for the inquiring mind what is mere Christianity.
Basic Christianity—John Stott
John R. W. Stott defends the fundamental claims of Christianity and defines the proper outworkings of these beliefs in the lives of believers. Here is a sound guide for those seeking an intellectually satisfying presentation of the Christian faith.
Give Me An Answer That Satisfies My Heart and My Mind—Cliffe Knechtle
Cliffe Knechtle offers clear, reasoned, and compassionate responses to the tough questions skeptics ask.
Darwin’s Black Box—Michael Behe
Michael J. Behe, a biochemist at Lehigh University, presents here a scientific argument for the existence of God. He accepts the idea that species have been differentiated by the mechanism of natural selection from a common ancestor, but he thinks that the essential randomness of this process can explain evolutionary development only at the macro level, not at the micro level of his expertise.
Letters From A Skeptic—Gregory A. Boyd
This remarkable book is a compilation of letters exchanged between an agnostic father and his believing son in which they alternately raise objections to the Christian faith and responses to them, resulting ultimately in the father’s conversion.
遊子吟, 永恆在召喚 (Song of a Wanderer, beckoned by eternity) – 里程
The author wrote the book from his experience struggling with intellectual questions as a visiting scholar from China. In this book he presented a logical case for Christianity that appeals to atheists and intellects alike.