One of the books that I read when searching for the truth about christianity was "The Case for Christ" by Lee Strobel, which I'm sure most of you have at least heard of. It was a good read, and it held together a pretty good case for the reliability of the gospels and the validity of the resurrection. There are some loose ends in it, but for the most part the case is pretty obnoxiously sound.
"The Case Against the Case for Christ" also exists (http://www.bidstrup.com/apologetics.htm is the full version), and it is an essay by Scott Bidstrup that picks apart the validity of the book pretty well.
But where is there a sound, logical case that the resurrection didn't occur? Or, to make that unnecessary, a case that Jesus was a fraud, or nonexistent, or that the writers of the gospels just made things up to fulfill the Old Testament prophecies? If you know of any good books or sites, that would be wonderful.
P.S. do I really keep posting these in the wrong section? Sorry about that... You guys might want to consider having a "Switch Section" option...