I just finished listening to Lee Strobel's The Case for Christ. Lee was an atheist who was an investigative reporter for the Chicago Tribune when his wife converted to Christianity. Using his investigative skills, Lee set out to prove that Christ, or at least Christ's divinity, was a myth. The result was the most compelling and complete case for Christianity I've ever heard. From historical accounts, archaeology, psychology and much more, Lee pursued the topic and found more and more evidence for Christ. I spent a little time noodling around YouTube and found this brief summary by Lee.
Enjoy. And then check out the book. Religion aside, I learned a lot about the different disciplines he applied to his work. His work is so compelling and so complete that I think I'm going to stop reading theology books for quite a while and go back to philosophy, fiction, business and science. After you read Lee, there's not a whole lot left to read.