Originally Posted by Arkansasguy
I'd encourage you to look into Aquinas's arguments for God's existence, particularly the argument from motion. Or at the many miracles of Christianity. If it's just a matter of being convinced intellectually, there's a lot out there to go on.
I definitely agree with the suggestion to look at the scholastics- particularly Aquinas and Scotus (even though I am more of a Platonic Stoic myself). I would also recommend this blog for somebody interested in general scholasticism: Edward Feser
. Feser's books, in particular Aquinas
and Neo-Scholastic Essays
are both wonderfully written and full of content. And while I'm rambling, there is a pretty much Catholic forum which I frequent with (practically) no idiots, just content. http://classicaltheism.boardhost.com/index.php
Ultimately, the basic theistic model for Christianity, Judaism, and Islam is all the same, setting aside trinitarian doctrine (which even Aquinas fumbles with).