If you’re still checking out this whole business of faith and what it means to be a Christ follower, here are a few additional resources that may answer your questions:
This interactive site offers age and gender-sensitive tracks. It includes audio, an excellent video, and extensive text that answers basic questions about God, Jesus and what it means to have a personal relationship with Him. There’s also an opportunity to talk to someone by phone.
by Lee Strobel
A former atheist and the award-winning former Legal Editor of the Chicago Tribune chases down what he calls the biggest story in history—whether there’s credible evidence that Jesus of Nazareth really is the Son of God.
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by Os Guinness
Rich in stories, it explores the great philosophies of life and charts the road taken by countless thoughtful seekers over the centuries who were on a quest for meaning. The book is divided into four sections. A Time for Questions, A Time for Answers, A Time for Evidence and a Time for Commitment.
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by C. S. Lewis
One of the most popular and beloved introductions to Christian faith ever written, The late Lewis, an Oxford professor, scholar, author, and Christian apologist, is a gentle persuader for the half-convinced and for those whose intellect makes faith difficult. Millions of copies sold.