Wednesday, August 26, 2015

My suggested reading list from my “interesting conversation” blog post yesterday…

A couple people have asked what books I recommended for our “reluctant atheist” to read. I will share the books I suggested but, as always, the content of the books should match the questions or the personal quest you are on. For example, I’m not sure this would be the suggested reading list for someone struggling in a particular relationship, issues of forgiveness, etc.

Here is the list:

The Case for Faith by Lee Strobel
The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel
Reaching for the Invisible God by Philip Yancey
Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

Happy reading and be sure to look for those “God orchestrated” appointments today that you had no idea would happen…but God had it planned before time even began.

Have a great rest of your week,
Pastor Ken

1 comment:

  1. I've been collecting books like this over the years for just such a conversation. Love 'Christian Atheist' by Groeschel, and 'The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask' by Mark Mittelberg and Strobel. The great thing about Christian Atheist is that it's aimed at self-proclaimed Christians, but that can actually lower barriers in a "reluctant atheist" in order for the Spirit to work in them. Thanks for the list!