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The 37 Best Books To Learn About God

Atheist, agnostic, theist – whatever your beliefs, it’s eye opening to read about this aspect of our world

It’s a question that has penetrated human society for millenia, and we are still writing about it. The fascinating thing about God is that many people have different concepts of what God is, and it is extremely valuable to learn about this.

Whether you are searching for peace, for the truth, or for the lies, we have assembled 37 amazingly different takes on the question. You’re bound to come out of reading any one of these books with a different perspective on religion and God.

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#1 Lunches with Larry by Tim Toterhi

Lunches with Larry by Tim ToterhiGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

God and a nuclear fuel broker meet in a sports bar to discuss women, work, and other life mysteries
 What sounds like the start of a classic political joke, is actually the beginning of a thought-provoking philosophical adventure. Set against the scandalous decline of the largest, privately-held business empire in the nuclear brokerage industry, Lunches With Larry follows a young, romantically-challenged, business misfit on his crusade to find true love, lasting friendship, and the answer to the oldest of questions.

If you’ve ever felt confused, lost or all alone in a world you can’t quite figure out; if you’ve ever thrown up your hands in frustration and shouted, “I just don’t understand anything anymore,” pull up chair, settle in with a spot of tea, and have a look. You may find something you’ve never lost and loose something you’ve never needed.

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#2 Truth in Religion by Mortimer J. Adler

Truth in Religion by Mortimer J. AdlerGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Truth in Religion is a lengthier (although still relatively short) look at how we can know anything about religious truth instead of merely asserting opinion. Admittedly, most people do, in fact, hold their religious beliefs as opinion, but that does not remove the necessity of having them based ultimately on reason and the intellect.

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#3 How to Think About God by Mortimer J. Adler

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How to Think About God, written by Adler during what he described as his pagan phase, presents what Adler believed to be a rational proof of God’s existence. It was written specifically for people who believe there is a God, but not what or how to think about it in a rational and systematic manner. It is not for those atheists who, as Adler pointed out, reject even the possibility of God by violating logic, i.e., claiming they can prove the existence of non-existence.

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#4 The Plan by Kenneth E Rupert

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The Plan lays out the process of how to build relationships with other who are struggling with the stress of life that is driven by extraordinary circumstances. The process is given to us by the example of Jesus Christ. Jesus left His position in glory, entered into the reality of His creation, and provided a path of restoration. If Christians are going to image Christ, they too, must put aside their position and priorities, enter into the life of someone who is struggling, and walk along side of that person to provide a path of restoration. I believe this is a powerful message that needs to be shared in light of all of the tension in today’s world.

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#5 Finding God in Unexpected Places by Rabbi Jack Riemer

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“Rabbi Riemer offers us the kind of wisdom that we need in order to survive and thrive,” writes Dr. Bernie Siegel, best-selling author of a dozen books about spirituality and healing. The late Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel adds, “Jack Riemer’s words are songs of hope and faith. Listen to them as I do.”

Widely sought after as a master storyteller and teacher, Riemer is one of the most frequently quoted rabbis in the U.S. That’s because of the winding paths he takes in describing the relevance of timeless Jewish wisdom in our modern world.

What do a professional baseball player, Elizabeth Taylor’s jewelry box, a hurricane, a garbage dump and a blue blazer hanging in your closet have to do with each other? They’re all turning points in Riemer’s stories that lead us toward universal questions we all confront at some point in life, including:

Is there a dream that gives meaning to your life? What are our duties to the people we love? How do you make a decision when you’re caught between two conflicting values? And, what would you do if you found out that your time on this earth was almost up?

Reflecting on Riemer’s wisdom about life, retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor writes that the rabbi “is obviously a person with much understanding of the human situation.”

Word of warning: The stories in this book may surprise you and perhaps make you chuckle, but they could change your life, as well.

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#6 Godsigns by Suzy Farbman

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Suzy Farbman was a successful author who Oprah introduced to the world as an expert on the tough challenge of saving a marriage. But, behind the scenes, Suzy’s world was falling apart after an ominous diagnosis from her doctors. For years, Suzy had traveled widely as a writer for magazines including Better Homes and Gardens.

Back from Betrayal, the popular memoir by Suzy that Oprah recommended, told how Suzy and her husband repaired deep problems in their own marriage. Suddenly, readers nationwide were seeking Suzy’s advice about relationships. Yet, at the height of this success, Suzy privately knew that her body was failing.Facing the same tough journey that looms for millions of Americans each year, this tough journalist suddenly found herself scared.

This athlete suddenly found herself weak. This big-hearted wife, mother and grandmother worried that she didn’t have much time left to enjoy the relationships that defined her life. Fear. Weakness. Facing death. These are life’s deepest spiritual challenges, Suzy discovered. Searching for solutions, Suzy also found that America’s wealth of medical expertise is equaled by our wealth of spiritual resources.

Like millions of Americans, Suzy searched for the best doctors-but she also called on her colorful circle of friends and tried everything from psychotherapy to contemplating angels, from ancient prayers to a hope in miracles. Her warm, suspenseful and often funny journey of mixed disciplines is far from a dead end! Suzy realized that God reaches out to us through all of these resources-from doctors to spiritual teachers.

As a veteran writer, Suzy quickly picked up her pen and now invites readers into her journey of survival and spiritual awakening. Best of all, none of the awakenings that Suzy describes in this moving story turned out to be miracles. Instead, she argues that anyone can look for the same kinds of GodSigns that broke through into her world on a daily basis. Anyone can find hope with Suzy as their guide through one of life’s biggest challenges.

If you enjoyed her earlier book about marriage-Back from Betrayal: Saving a Marriage, a Family, a Life-then, you’re sure to love GodSigns. If you’re meeting Suzy for the first time, you won’t find a better storyteller to take your hand through America’s diverse wealth of medical and spiritual treasures. Other books about recovery and spiritual transformation lead readers to more blind alleys than bright doorways.

Suzy specializes in finding the light in the most unlikely of places. Other books about survival are grim. But, as you turn the pages of GodSigns, you’ll find yourself smiling, occasionally even laughing. You’ll meet surprising people in these pages. Think of the startling truth and eye-opening adventure of Eat, Pray, Love. With Suzy Farbman’s new book, you’re in the hands of another great American writer.

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#7 The Real God: How He Longs for You to See Him

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It’s by Chip Ingram and it’s titled The Real God. It’s written from a Christian Protestant perspective and focuses on showing God’s true love for all of us. Chip shows us (the reader) that God isn’t a cosmic vending machine or a cruel dictator. He is a loving Father that all of us can model in our everyday lives.

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#8 A History of God by Karen Armstrong

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The remarkable Karen Armstrong, both an academic and a religious figure, has written an extensive exploration of the concept of God as it developed in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The book is both easy to read and academically stimulating. Anyone wanting a better grasp of these three monotheistic faiths and their intersections will find this a must-read!

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#9 Jesus in My Corner by Andy Flute

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Jesus in My Corner, written by Andy Flute, chronicles his struggle to overcome a myriad of life-long challenges with violence and alcohol.. For over 30 years, violence and alcohol were Andy’s daily bread until, one day, by the power of prayer, he managed to achieve what no amount of alcohol or prison incarceration could ever achieve.

When he was at the point of death, intoxicated with alcohol following a ten-day binging session, I went to see my old mate and prayed for him with Pastor Steve. Andy was fighting the demon of alcohol and he was on the ropes, down for the count. Andy, a former captain of the English boxing team and British Middleweight title challenger alongside sparring partner Chris Eubank and other world class fighters, knew what brutal fighting was all about.

This fight was different, one he couldn’t win on his own strength. Andy felt the intense grip and destructive downward spiral alcohol had on his life. Battered and bleeding, with no more strength, he cried out to Jesus. In a truly miraculous turnaround, Andy found Jesus in his corner and almost instantaneously gave up alcohol.. During the bleakest of moments, he experienced a spiritual awakening. Slowly, he found his way through darkest era of his life. He came to believe a power greater than himself in Jesus.

Now with Jesus in his corner, Andy is an active member of Sedgley Community Church. The Bible employs the analogy of wrestling in reference to our warfare with Satan and his hosts. Andy had a fight that only Jesus could referee, this gigantic battle played out until he was baptised in water. Andy Flute’s willingness to share the most intimate aspects of his life was born out of a deep desire to help others addicted to alcohol and violence. Despite these daunting events, Andy now works hard to live a normal life and raise a family of his own. He regularly attends prison workshops and shares his testimony in local schools.

The Lord has made an amazing transformation in his life, He could do the same for you! His good friend, John Cramphorn

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#10 The Jawbone of a Carnivore by Billy Still

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The Jawbone of a Carnivore will fill your imagination with tales of adventure, friendship, eccentric people, success and failure, as well as encounters with life and death. While I explore the adventurous life and the pathway to peace that can come from it, I do not offer instructions on how to pray. I will encourage you to believe that the way we live can become a prayer. This memoir of life on the edge of the unknown trusts that you will strike out on your own audacious exploration of the world and the spirit that surrounds it. Perhaps, through this, you will identify your pathway to peace and in so doing find yourself saying on some cold and snowy morning, This is a prayer.

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#11 The Gospel According to Dawkins by Graeme Finlay

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Richard Dawkins is a noted atheist and has perpetuated many popular beliefs in his writings about historical events in the founding narratives of the movement Jesus started. The author’s purpose in this book is to address these matters of historical, empirical significance from the point of view of a scientist. The result is a fascinating account of the life and death of Jesus as confirmed in contemporary and historical accounts. It seeks to answer definitively the questions, did Jesus exist? Are the gospels true? The author’s critique of Dawkins’ book The God Delusion, as it relates to the history of Jesus of Nazareth, is thoroughly researched and well argued, with every point supported by appropriate references. An absorbing read for layperson, scientist and theologian, as well as anyone interested in the birth of Christianity and the effect upon the world of Jesus’ teachings.

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#12 You Better Stand Your Watch – A Call To Being A Spiritual Leader In The Workplace by Emmett Emery

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The surge of spirituality in the workplace is not necessarily about religion, but about sharing an inner desire to find meaning in what we do. Written for those who are called to being a spiritual leader at work, this book addresses the issues that spiritual leaders face when encouraging spirituality at work, both for the benefit of the individual and the organisation. It explores factors that hinder progress in a multicultural and religious workplace setting and provides leadership and decision-making models to fit. Standing your watch or remaining loyal to the Lord is a key success factor. The text is based on the Bible book of Ezekiel – a narrative history that was written by the prophet Ezekiel in approximately 511 BC. Your purpose as a spiritual leader in the workplace is to sound the alarm to wake up the office and encourage the employees to allow God to be present. This book is a great how-to guide.

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#13 Running the Race – Finding God in the London Marathon by Malcolm Rothwell

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Malcolm Rothwell tells his first-hand story of experiencing the wonderful event that is the London Marathon. From tough training runs to the Big Day, we learn about the guts and determination it takes to prepare for this huge occasion. Through the highs and the lows of this build up, Rothwell shares his interesting outlook, finding comparisons between running and the Christian life. Running the race of life, just as running itself, meets distractions and stumbles over obstacles along the way. As well as reflecting on his own experience, Rothwell also offers runners tips, exercises and thoughts to ponder over at the end of each chapter.

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#14 Keys to Keeping Eternity in Mind, the Most Important Decision in Life by Dr. Taiwo Ayodele

Keys to Keeping Eternity in Mind, the Most Important Decision in Life by Dr. Taiwo AyodeleGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Many are concerned with the uncertainty of life after death, eternity, heaven and hell. Hence, this book is timely and crucial for all in order to provide clear understanding from Biblical standpoints and to gain in-depth comprehension of what the Bible says on these subjects.
Jesus’ illustration of the Kingdom of God in Luke 16:19-31 is to give us an insight into eternity and to reveal to us that our present existence on earth is an opportunity to help us prepare for our eternity location. It is on earth that our choice of eternity placement will be made, and we have been given the opportunity to make decisions on our eternity placement: Heaven or Hell, where there will be no more change.

Once we enter eternity, we have entered a reality of no change and no going back. It is a place of permanence. So, the years of our existence on earth give a great opportunity for us to prepare for our eternity location, and for us to make informed decisions on our eternity placement: Heaven or Hell..

What about the works that you do? Do they promote God’s Kingdom, or do they promote self or the devil? It is very important that you ponder on your lifestyle, choices and decisions, and start living right from today. You do not want to miss such a great opportunity made available to you: Heaven.

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#15 Would You Believe It? by David Gurney

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In Would You Believe It? David Gurney argues that religion is not Christianity and that Christianity is not religion. Over the course of 11 chapters, Gurney’s essay analyses various aspects of religion. The essay is intelligent and thought-provoking, and is a must-read for anyone with an interest in religion.

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#16 Down to Earth by Roger P. Booth

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In this book, Dr Booth seeks to assist potential followers of Jesus who might be deterred by a scepticism about the supernatural elements, such as the Virgin Birth and the Resurrection. The author believes that Jesus was not God but was inspired by God to reveal God’s will for Man and how Man should behave. This belief controls his interpretation of God’s communication with Man, and many of the Gospel stories such as the healings and the transfiguration. The relationship of Free Christianity to Unitarianism and other divisions within the Christian Church and to Islam is also explored.

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#17 Revisiting Eve: New Perspectives on the Stories of the Bible by Ben Barnard

Revisiting Eve: New Perspectives on the Stories of the Bible by Ben BarnardGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Reading the Bible literally can lead to dangerous theology. As a result of this, women have been demonised for the past 4000 years, made out to be inferior to men and held responsible for the fall of man. But is this true?

What if the story of the Fall was a myth instead of a historical event? And if so, are there alternative explanations for the story of the Fall, which are less derogative for women? The author also takes a fresh look at the story of Samson, the strange but heart-breaking offering of Isaac and the bloody feud played out on Mount Carmel. How must modern Christianity relate to such stories of horror and bloodshed? Hard questions are asked and dealt with.

Even the main symbol of Christianity-the death and resurrection of Christ-is critically evaluated. Lastly, we explore the so-called death of God and face a very relevant question: has Christianity run its course? Are there, perhaps, new ways to interpret the Christ-experience, which will make it easier for modern man to embrace Jesus, or must we simply move beyond religion in search of a new spiritual experience? Join the author in an honest search for a new frame of reference in an uncertain world.

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#18 Only Believe by Ron Brown

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Smith Wigglesworth was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, in 1859 into a very poor working-class family. But by the time of his death in 1948, the influence he had on many thousands of people worldwide was simply incredible. Smith Wigglesworth was a simple uneducated man who became a plumber by trade and believed in divine healing.

He changed the lives of many sick and terminally ill people through his healing ministry in many different countries around the world. He is also credited to have raised people from the dead through the power of the Holy Spirit. He believed that if you have total trust in God, then all things are possible, including divine healing. During my time of research on this story, I came across so many incredible stories about this man and his healing ministry that if only half of them are true, he still was a truly exceptional man.

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#19 Seeking God by Stephen Taylor

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This book was written from personal experience and study on the subject, at a time when I knew I didn’t have all the answers, but there was ‘someone’ who did, and I could reach out to Him. My time and study were put down into words, which then developed into this publication. I still don’t have all the answers, but God does.

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#20 Did I Ever Tell You…?: Faith in Later Life by Neville Smith

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Why do we want to share our memories? At a time when an increasing number of people are living longer, for some, later years may be enjoyed as ripe old age. For others, they may be a time of uncertainty, isolation and loneliness. For both, memories can be a resource from the past which enables us to live in the present.

For that to happen, memories need to be shared. An Anglican priest for sixty years, Neville Smith seeks a Christian understanding of what it means to be old. Through the Bible, the Church and his own personal experience, he describes the epiphanies of faith, which we can find in many different areas of life as we grow older and as things change around us, leaving us behind in an unfamiliar world. The Church must also move on. As it does so, this book comes as a timely reminder that in looking increasingly to the future, the Church must not neglect those who have formed its past.

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#21 Pilgrimage to the Heart of God by Dymphna Baird

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God the Father is not a distant, angry God but a God who loves us with all His heart and just wants us to come back to Him, to come to know Him, through His son, Jesus. It doesn’t matter where we are at or what we have done on life’s journey, God is waiting with open arms for us to return to Him, just like a prodigal son. He wants to pour out His Holy Spirit on us, to lead us and guide us, and speak to us intimately through the Bible.. If we would listen to His call, ”Come back to me,” and respond, He will reveal His love for each and every single one of us.

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#22 Understanding the Psalms by Trevor Shannon

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This is a comprehensive and straight forward look at the Psalms. They are often used in worship, sometimes leaving the worshippers wondering who the psalmists’ many enemies are and how the cries for vengeance and violence can be understood by a Christian. The highs and lows of human life all find their way into the Psalms. Fear of enemies, difficulties in praying, support in sickness, the fear of death, the problems of politicians and rulers, the joy of family life, the satisfaction of a job well done, the dependability of God when all human help fails-all are there.

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#23 A Blessed Journey of Two Pilgrims by Ruth and Russell Beazley

A Blessed Journey of Two Pilgrims by Ruth and Russell BeazleyGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Ruth and Russell Beazley, Order of Australia recipients, led extraordinary lives helping others in the service of God, first as missionaries in Arnhem Land, Australia and then in The Salvation Army, Darwin. Ruth was a Triple Certificate Sister; Russell was an excellent, innovative agriculturalist, growing the first-ever crops of peanuts and cypress seedlings, to go with pineapples, bananas, and cassava. As well he ran a saw-mill.

When the Whitlam government closed the missionaries, the Beazleys moved to Darwin. Ruth opened mobile Thrift shops across an immense area of the Top End. She supported financially the work of The Salvation Army Alcoholic Rehabilitation Centre where Russell was a Welfare Officer. He was also a part-time prison Chaplain to Berrimah Goal, and did 22 years of Hotel Visiting Ministry, retiring at 80. The Beazleys also ran an award-winning Companion Club in Darwin, and raised a family. Their service has evidenced ”living life to the full”, and of coping magnificently with change. This is their compelling story.

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#24 Unpuzzling Spirituality by Kristin Neperud Merz

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Where most books dive into graduate level concepts when discussing God and spirituality, this book approaches the subject in a way all ages can understand.

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#25 More Beautiful Than Before by Steve Leder

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Best selling More Beautiful Than Before; How Suffering Transforms Us gives us a way to understand what God’s role is and more importantly is not when it comes to human suffering. It has been praised by secularists and evangelicals alike as profoundly healing. This wonderful little book reached #4 overall on Amazon in its first week

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#26 What Does the Bible Really Teach?

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I’m recommending it because it answers many questions that people have about God. For instance: Why does God allow any typeof suffering? What Is God’s Plan For The Earth? Will Humans Destroy The Earth What Happens To Those That Have Died?

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#27 Making Sense of God by Timothy Keller

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In this book, Keller lays out the most compelling arguments as to why it is only rational to believe in the God of the Bible. His main goal for the book is as described in its title — to make sense of God, emotionally, culturally, and logically. Keller uses the hard evidence of logic, morality, science, and reality itself to explain how and why God exists.

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#28 The Attributes of God: A Journey Into The Father’s Heart by A.W. Tozer

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In this book, Tozer explicitly explains the ten attributes of God: infinitude, immensity, goodness, justice, mercy, grace, omnipresence, immanence, holiness, and perfection. This book has a very intimate approach of looking at God as a father, not as an impersonal Being in heaven. Tozer paints us a very clear picture of just how magnificent and loving God is, which ultimately guides us into a state of worship and conviction to live according to God’s attributes.

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#29 The Case for a Creator by Lee Strobel

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This is an investigative book that explores the existence of God through the lens of science. Strobel reiterates in this book that the universe and everything in it (living and non-living) have such intricate designs and functions that the existence of a Higher Creator cannot logically ruled out. This book is a highly-satisfying discourse on scientific reasoning behind God’s existence.

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#30 Wrestling With God: How Can I Love a God I’m Not Sure I Trust? by James Denison

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This is such an honest book about the way we struggle when it comes to believing in the good God who allows evil. This book helps out those who are starting out in the faith to get this dilemma out of their system and move on with a new-found or firmer trust in God. This book tells us that we will all have to wrestle with God in order to come out stronger in faith.

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#31 What’s So Amazing About Grace? by Philip Yancey

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Yancey explains why grace is the most essential – and often one of the most misunderstood – aspects of Christian theology. (And you can’t go wrong with any book by Yancey)

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#32 The Skeletons in God’s Closet by Joshua Ryan Butler

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Butler addresses three topical questions that Christians often don’t know how to answer about Christianity: How can a loving God send people to Hell?, Isn’t it arrogant to believe Jesus is the only way to God? and Why is there so much violence in the Old Testament?

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#33 The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning

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Also a good study on grace and it’s place in Christian theology

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#34 Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Qureshi

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Qureshi describes his dramatic journey from Islam to Christianity, complete with friendships, investigations, and supernatural dreams along the way. It’s an interesting perspective on both Islam and Christianity and questions that need to be asked about both.

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#35 Science & the Mind of the Maker by Melissa Cain Travis

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This book talks about how god has intended the discoveries about natural sciences today. It also helps one understand the balance between creationism and evolution as well as proving that god exists. Finally, it helps us understand how his mind works. This book has received many good reviews and I feel it would be a great read.

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#36 The Final Book: Gods by SW Hammond

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This visionary fiction novel takes a nontraditional approach to God and creation. It looks at humanity as a whole, inspired by a variety of beliefs and cultures to tell a story of our future. The Final Book: Gods calls upon Greek, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Norse, Indian, Chinese, Polynesian, and Native American gods and mythology, and contrasts that against Abrahamic (Christian, Jewish, Muslim) traditions and history. Rooted in philosophy, this novel doesn’t shy away from the troubles religion has caused humanity, however it hinges on the power of spirituality. Set in three periods–modern day, the 1960s, and ancient Mesopotamia–this modern epic blends human history, ruthless mythology, science fiction, and the supernatural to tell a love story of the future.

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#37 Five Proofs of the Existence of God by Edward Feser

Five Proofs of the Existence of God by Edward Feser Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

You’ve probably heard more objections to God’s existence than coherent evidence of God’s existence. For example: if God caused everything, what caused God? You don’t believe in Zeus, Venus, Thor or the Flying Spaghetti Monster; so why should you believe in God? How could a good and powerful God allow suffering?

This book answers the above objections and many others by laying out five Natural Theology arguments from classical thinkers like Aristotle and Plotinus. Natural Theology attempts to argue for God’s existence without appealing to special revelation (the Bible, the Koran, etc.), using only reason, logic, and observed facts.

This book will lay out why the existence of change, the nature of composite things in our world, the existence of abstract objects, the essence and existence of everyday things, and the principle of sufficient reason all point to the existence of God. If you want to be an informed believer or an informed atheist who has engaged with the best versions of the arguments for God, this book is essential reading.

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