The Four Spiritual Laws is an excellent explanation of the basics of Christianity. There are many other pages that describe Christian basics, such as Simply the Truth. A good book explaining Christian basics is Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis.
"Christian Apologetics" is the examination of evidence for Christianity; if you have intellectual reservations (I once did) you will probably find apologetics very interesting and useful. "Christian Apologetics" by Mark Copeland is one outline of Christian apologetics. Evidence that Demands a Verdict by Josh McDowell is a huge collection of evidence for Christianity that Josh gathered while trying to disprove Christianity (Josh is now an outspoken Christian). Related to apologetics are lists of purported Bible contradictions with replies; there is at least one such list on the Web.
The most important Christian text is the Bible. The Bible is available on many different locations on the Web; one particularly good source is the Bible Gateway. Using the Bible Gateway you can even look at the entire books of the Bible, such as Luke and John, (these give accounts of Jesus' life). You can also look at important scriptures, such as:
Christian Web Resources
There are a number of general Christian resources on the Web. Places to start include:
Honest questions are good thing! Please feel free to email me any questions you have, or turn to someone who you know is a strong Christian.
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