Yesterday, I finally finished Mere Christianity. It was quite good and certainly is a worthwhile read. I thought the section on the Trinity was the best. It showed a very real application of theology in daily life, plus used some great analogies (and I love analogies!). I still disagreed with some of his conclusions about free will and our ability to "lose" our salvation (something we didn't achieve on our own in the first place).
Now, I guess I'll get going on Christians in a .Com World again. When I first started it, it was slow and very simplistic - but I guess it would be worthwhile to finish it.