10 Questions Every Teenager Should Ask (and Answer) About Christianity by Rebecca McLaughlin. “Rather than protecting my kids from divergent ideas, or urging them to affirm all belief equally, I want to equip them to have real conversations with real people who really think differently from them – and from me. I want them to learn how to listen well and how to question what they hear. If what I believe is true, it will stand up to scrutiny.” See our review here.
Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion by Rebecca McLaughlin. Look … closely, McLaughlin argues, and the reality of suffering, the complexity of sexuality, the desire for diversity, the success of science, and other seeming roadblocks to faith become signposts. Jesus becomes not a relic from the ancient world, but our modern world’s best hope.
Every Thought Captive: A Study Manual for the Defense of Christian Truth by Richard Pratt. A helpful study manual on apologetics. Pratt teaches how to answer non-believers in a practical format using concepts that any one can understand.
The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism by Tim Keller. A great introduction into gospel-based apologetics.
Recapturing the Wonder: Transcendent Faith in a Disenchanted World by Mike Cosper. Exquisitely written with thoughtful practices woven throughout, this book will feed your soul and help you recapture the wonder of your Christian walk.
Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of Holy Spirit by Francis Chan. Pastor Francis Chan offers a compelling invitation to understand, embrace, and follow the Holy Spirit’s direction in our lives.