BOOK SUGGESTIONS!

These are must reads for every believer.

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I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist

by Norman L. Geisler (Author), Frank Turek(Author), David Limbaugh (Foreword)

Every believer and non-believer should read this book!

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The Second Coming of the New Age: The Hidden Dangers of Alternative Spirituality in Contemporary America and Its Churches.

by Josh PeckSteven Bancarz , Dr. Michael S. Heiser

The most in depth dive into the "New Age" religion which permeates all aspects of our society today.

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On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision 

by William Lane Craig , Lee Strobel 

This is one of the greatest books for understanding the reasonable arguments for our faith as Christians.

Also, Check out some of William Lane Craig's debates on YouTube.

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Is God a Moral Monster?: Making Sense of the Old Testament God 

by Paul Copan 

Have you ever been told that the GOd of the Old Testament seems more "mean" than the God of the New Testament? This is a MUST read for understanding some of the most difficult passages in the Bible.

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Maturing in Christ

by H. LaVern Schafer

This is one of the best books to read when you're ready to mature in your faith.

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How to Live a Life of Prayer: Classic Christian Writers on the Divine Privilege of Prayer.

John Wesley , E. M. Bounds , Andrew Murray , S. D. Gordon 

Prayer is the most powerful weapon in our arsenal. Learn how to live a life of prayer!

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Jesus Skeptic: A Journalist Explores the Credibility and Impact of Christianity

by John S. Dickerson 

Do you have any friends or family who are skeptical about Jesus? This is a great book for them and for you!

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God is My CEO: Following God's Principles in a Bottom-Line World

by Larry Julian

The perfect book for any Godtrepreneur!

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PreachersNSneakers: Authenticity in an Age of For-Profit Faith and (Wannabe) Celebrities

By Ben Kirby

Founder of the phenomenon social media account PreachersNSneakers tackles how faith, capitalism, consumerism, and (wannabe) celebrity have collided and asks both believers and nonbelievers alike: how much is too much?

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Why Does God Allow Evil?: Compelling Answers for Life’s Toughest Questions

by Clay Jones  (Author)

"If you are looking for one book to make sense of the problem of evil, this book is for you."
Sean McDowell