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Best Sellers


Oxford

1. Who Shall Lead Them? The Future of Ministry in America by Larry A. Witham

2. How to Read the Bible: History, Prophecy, Literature--Why Modern Readers Need to Know the Difference, and What It Means for Faith Today by Steven L. McKenzie

3. Lost Christianities: The Battles for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew by Bart D. Ehrman

4. Kabbalah: A Very Short Introduction by Joseph Dan

5. Encyclopedia of Christianity edited by John Bowden

Penguin

1. The Reformation: A History by Diarmaid MacCulloch

2. God in the Machine: What Robots Teach Us About Humanity and God by Anne Foerst

3. Saint Augustine by Garry Wills

4. The Prison Angel: Mother Antonia's Journey from Beverly Hills to a Life of Service in a Mexican Jail by Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan

5. In Silence: Why We Pray by Donald Spoto

Yale

1. American Judaism: A History by Jonathan D. Sarna

2. Auden and Christianity by Arthur Kirsch

3. Dwelling Place: A Plantation Epic by Erskine Clarke

4. Crusades: A History (2nd edition) by Jonathan Riley-Smith

5. Before Darwin: Reconciling God and Nature by Keith Thomson

Beacon

1. The Miracle of Mindfulness: An Introduction to the Practice of Meditation by Thich Nhat Hanh

2. Man's Search for Meaning by Victor E. Frankl

3. An Autobiogaphy: The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mohandas K. Gandhi

4. Dreaming Beyond Death: A Guide to Pre-Death Dreams and Visions by Kelly Bulkeley and Patricia Bulkley

5. Roadside Religion: In Search of the Sacred, the Strange, and the Substance of Faith by Timothy K. Beal

Westminster John Knox

1. The Gospel According to Oprah by Marcia Z. Nelson

2. Letters to a Young Doubter by William Sloane Coffin

3. Song of Songs (Interpretation Commentary Series) by Robert W. Jenson

4. Mouse Tales--Things Hoped For: Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany by Ruth Boling and Tracey Carrier

5. Mark for Everyone by Tom Wright

Jossey-Bass

1. The Present Future by Reggie McNeal

2. A New Kind of Christian by Brian McLaren

3. The Last Word and the Word After That by Brian McLaren

4. Into the Wardrobe by David Downing

5. Leading from the Second by Roger Bonem

Princeton

1. For the Glory of God: How Monotheism Led to Reformations, Science, Witch-Hunts, and the End of Slavery by Rodney Stark

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