Honest Skeptics  vs  Dishonest Skeptics


An honest skeptic is someone who is sincerely seeking to know the truth: and especially when it comes to knowing his or her Creator in a personal way.  A dishonest skeptic is someone who is simply looking for an "excuse" to NOT believe in God.

If you are an honest skeptic, who is sincerely searching for the truth, then I have some recommended reading material for you.  In other words, you are not simply looking for an excuse to (try and) justify your refusal to submit to and honor your Creator: who Loves you more than you will ever know (and yet will NOT allow you to push Him around) but rather are willing to seek to know Him and acknowledge Him for who He is (i.e. the Creator, and Lord of the Universe, and the One who came down to Earth and died for you, in order that He might Save your Soul for all eternity), then I have some suggestions.

After perusing around on this web page, and/or others that you find online, feel free to ask any questions you have about anything on this site, or about how I came to know Jesus in a Personal way.  Then select one or more of the following books and read them with an open mind, and be willing to open up your heart to the One who made you and who wants to have a personal relationship with you.  Scriptures provided upon request.

The Case for Christ, by Lee Strobel.

The Case for Faith, also by Lee Strobel.

The Case for a Creator, also by Lee Strobel.

More than a Carpenter, by Josh McDowell.

Mere Christianity, by C.S. Lewis.

Free Publications From the Publishers of Good News Magazine

Free Gospel Tracts from Tracts.com

Free Scripture Booklets from the American Bible Society

More Free Stuff, from Christian Freebies.com

Note: Of the above books, the only ones I have personally read myself are "More than a Carpenter" by Josh McDowell (twice), and the short version of The Case for Christ, by Lee Strobel.  Therefore I can say firsthand that these are both well-written, and contain numerous reasons why True Christianity (i.e. a Personal relationship with Jesus Christ) is (in my opinion) by far the best way of ensuring your future resurrection from the dead, and life thereafter in God's Kingdom for you and your loved ones.