Recommended sources on Christianity

Note: The resources listed below are accessible to the layman unless they contain an “(A)” beside the title. An “(A)” means that the book is for advanced readers, containing philosophy, theology or science at deeper levels, or is written in a more scholarly way.

A. Online

  1. Bishop Barron (theology, culture, etc)
  2. Fr. Mike Schmitz at Ascension Presents (theology, spirituality, culture, etc)
  3. Matt Fradd (philosophy, theology and interviews)
  4. Mike Licona (historical evidence for the resurrection, reliability of the gospels and NT scholarship).
  5. LizzieAnswers (basis of Catholic beliefs in the Bible and early Church history)

B. Books

Books are a great way to learn deeply about God and Christianity. Since there is literally so much to learn from, I will list a number of recommended books per category. Feel free to check them out! Most of these books that I will mention have eBook versions available so you can get them anytime you wish.

C.S. Lewis

Catholicism

Church Teaching

Jesus the Gospels

Atheism

Science

History

Conversion Stories

Other