|Skeptical of Christianity? Welcome to our website. We are glad that you are here, whether you are a devout Christian, or a Muslim, skeptic, Buddhist, Jew, or defy categorization. We hope to hear from you at the contacts below, or meet you at the church. Your questions and doubts are important to you, and therefore they are important to us, and we invite you to ask your questions and explore the answers that Jesus Christ gives.|
Here are some resources to consider:
Like to read? The Christian literature selection available is gigantic. Here are a few widely available books many have found helpful:
- Tim Keller, The Reason for God. A current pastor on why you should doubt your doubts.
- C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity. A classic lucid case for Christianity.
- Blaise Pascal, Pensees. From one of the great geniuses of the last five centuries.
On the Bible:
- Richard Bauckham, Jesus and the Eyewitnesses. How we can be sure the gospels give us excellent information about Jesus, and why the skepticism taught in most university courses on the Bible is actually rather, well, dumb.
- Josh McDowell, Evidence that Demands a Verdict. You know reasons to doubt Christianity; do you know reasons for it?
- Charles Colson, Born Again. The conversion of the Nixon hatchet-man turned prison reformer.
- C.S. Lewis, Surprised by Joy. The testimony of the great English scholar.
Like to listen and ask questions?
Pastor John Edgar periodically teaches a six-week class called Christianity Explained. In this no-pressure course you will not be asked to pray, to read aloud, or what you believe. Instead, Pastor Edgar presents a short lesson on Christianity, and you have ample opportunity to ask questions either of the lesson or about the short readings which you read on your own.
Contact Pastor Edgar at email@example.com to ask when the next class will begin.
Need to talk?
Contact Pastor Edgar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Like to be challenged?
Click on this link to be connected to a friend’s site, where he asks questions of skeptics and various religious believers. (To respond with questions for Pastor Edgar, you’ll need to come back to the links here.)