Welcome to a List of Complement's!
This book may be the ultimate book to read second to studying the Bible.
Give Me an Answer:That Satisfies My Heart & Mind by
Pastor Cliffe Knechtle, is the greatest thing I have read for believers
as well as non-believers. Many Christian books can't be read and understood
by non-believers, but this book comes the closet to anything I have heard of.
I was in college for five years and every year I would watch Pastor Cliffe come to our university and discuss
with students about God, Jesus, and the Bible. There are some many tings I could
say about him, but to keep it simple, he is awesome. As humble as he is in person,
I got him to sign two books for me as well! What a cool guy! I definitely recommend
reading this book for it will even help you learn how you can answer questions to
non-believer friends or co-workers. And if you don't use it for that purpose,
it will help settle those difficult questions in your head. Pick it up today!
For the same reasons up above, you should read
Help Me Believe:Direct Answers to Real Questions by Pastor Cliffe Knechtle.
Purpose Driven Life by Pastor Rick Warren needs no introduction.
This book has been a number one seller in the U.S. for a year now! This book is everywhere
including stacks at Costco and Sam's Club. I hope he donated or gave away some money he earned from this book.
I am sure with the way it is selling still, he could be a multi-millionaire. Anyways, this is a really good book to following
the teachings of the Bible and our relationship with God. This is not a non-believer book,
but it is not intended for that to begin with. I think this book will
strengthen your ideas of what you should be doing in life; as the title dictates.
Another book you can buy and re-read endlessly. People can even use it in small groups for Bible study.
The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel is another solid book for
academic readers. Common book readers may find some concepts harder to grasp, but
since I minored in Religious Studies in school, it came very easy to me.
I plan on reading his two other books as well. He came out with "The Case for Faith" and
very recently "The Case for a Creator" which I hear are excellent as well. So if you want to
get into the more academic side of Christianity, read this book.
And finally, The Left Behind series by
Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins are for all you people who like reading
novels. I personally have not read all, I think it is 12 books, but they have
been a great success story for people reading something related to the Christian faith.
They recently came out with the last book of the series so that finally puts a wrap for them
after writing these books for almost the last decade or so. That in itself is an
accomplishment to have such a great following for so many years, let alone books.