Beliefnet members have shared on the discussion boards the books they'd recommend to anyone who wants to know more about their faith. Below are some of their favorites. See what they have to say, add your own titles, and check out our Editors' Picks.
"The Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh has written several excellent books on socially-engaged Buddhism; I'd highly recommend almost anything by him."--hilton
"There are many paths in the Pagan tradition. I suggest starting with some history books to find a culture that is interesting. Once you know where your interests lie, dig deeper into their mythology, sociology and religion."--tog
"New believers should set aside time every day to read from God's Word, affiliate with a Bible-believing and -teaching church, and understand that persistent Bible study is the only way to know the "truth that sets us free" (John 8:32)."--bobbyf
"Chaudhary Zaffarullah Khan, chief justice at the Hague and author of 'Sayings of the Holy Prophet' and 'The Seal of the Prophets,' is one of the most talented writers of the century. The downside is you can't buy his books, but you can definitely find them at university libraries."--RMisbah