Friday, 23 January 2009

Quench your thirst...

Don't know if you've read any good books lately. But if you're interested in finding out more about why people (including me) definitely think that Jesus is relevant to our lives now, here are some books, recommended by other Christians, which have really helped them to quench their thirst for the truth and I'm sure will help you too. I've also tried to put down the link to amazon.co.uk for each one so you don't have to spend ages finding out more about each book.

Christianity Explored by Rico Tice & Barry Cooper
'... I remember it making a lot of sense. They are brief and thin and easy to digest.'
Find it on Amazon

Mere Christianity by CS Lewis
'...an all time favourite'
Find it on Amazon

Basic Christianity by John Stott
'very wise and insightful writer...'
Find it on Amazon

'He Loves Me' by Wayne Jacobsen
'very good!'
Find it on Amazon

'Religion if there is no God' by Lesek Kolokowski
Find it on Amazon

'All of Grace' by C H Spurgeon
'... a very clear explantation of the grace of God... it explains so many difficult Biblical principles so clearly that I can do nought but recommend it.'
Find it on Amazon

'A Sneaking Suspicion' by John Dickson.
'read it its amazing !'
Find it on Amazon

'Reason for God' by Tim Keller.
'Gives a very holistic approach to why the gospel is true, and answers alot of objections along the way. I would say this the 21st century equivalent of 'Mere Christianity' by CS Lewis.'
Find it on Amazon

and

'Taming the Tiger' by Tony Anthony,
'showed me how much things can be seen in such different lights'
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'The Shack' by William Paul Young
'a book that has caused a lot of controversy in Christian circles about whether it's theologically correct, but great to read if you think that God's a grumpy old man in the sky'
Find it on Amazon

and not forgetting some websites...

Agape

Two ways to live

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