If you are non-denominational and wary of church history, then the sky is the limit concerning resources. Some of the best resources I've found are found here at CCEL.Org.
- I am suspect of the newer lines of neo-evangelicalism and their getting away from the historical and orthodox view of scripture. After all, if you are presenting the Gospel, how can this be done if there is always a questionable uncertainty about the text, that requires a "gnostic style group leader" to explain the Bible's meaning? At this point, who are you placing the weight of faith on? The Historical Bible text or on a person's opinion?
Tony St. Germaine