Best Christian Non Fiction Books

1. The Purpose Driven Life (2002) by Rick Warren – This best-selling book helps readers understand God’s plan for their lives. It provides a framework for how to live a meaningful and fulfilling life, emphasizing the importance of having a purpose and living it out.

2. The Case for Christ (1998) by Lee Strobel – This book is a must-read for any Christian looking to deepen their faith. Through interviews and research, Lee Strobel examines the historical evidence for Jesus and makes a compelling argument for the truth of the Christian faith.

3. Mere Christianity (1952) by C.S. Lewis – This timeless classic by one of the most influential Christian writers of all time is a must-read. C.S. Lewis provides an easy-to-understand explanation of Christian beliefs and explains why faith in God is so important.

4. The Great Divorce (1946) by C.S. Lewis – This allegorical short story follows the journey of a group of dead people as they travel to a place where they can choose whether to stay in heaven or go back to hell. C.S. Lewis uses this story to explore themes of faith and redemption, and the consequences of our choices.

5. The Hiding Place (1970) by Corrie Ten Boom – This autobiography tells the inspiring story of Corrie Ten Boom, a Dutch Christian who risked her life to save hundreds of Jews during the Holocaust. It is a powerful reminder of the power of faith and courage in the face of adversity.

6. The Chronicles of Narnia (1950-1956) by C.S. Lewis – This classic children’s series follows the adventures of four children who enter the magical land of Narnia and battle the forces of evil. The books explore themes of faith, courage, and perseverance and contain subtle Christian themes that can be appreciated by adults as well.