Best Sellers

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Best Sellers


Oxford University Press

1. Massacre at Mountain Meadows by Ronald W. Walker, Richard E. Turley Jr and Glen M. Leonard

2. Mormonism: A Very Short Introduction by Richard Lyman Bushman

3. Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis by Michael Ward

4. Sex and the Soul: Juggling Sexuality, Sprituality, Romance, and Religion on America's College Campuses by Donna Freitas

5. Radical Reform: Islamic Ethics and Liberation by Tariq Ramadan

Chalice

1. Unbinding the Gospel: Real Life Evangelism by Martha Grace Reese

2. Unbinding Your Heart: 40 Days of Prayer and Faith Sharing by Martha Grace Reese

3. Unbinding Your Church by Martha Grace Reese with Dawn Darwin Weaks and Catherine Riddle Caffey

4. Reaching People Under 40 While Keeping People Over 60 by Edward H. Hammett with James R Pierce

5. Ten Most Common Mistakes Made by New Church Starts by Jim Griffith and Bill Easum

Paraclete

1. Praying in Color: Drawing a New Path to God by Sybil MacBeth

2. 40 Days laving the Jesus Creed by Scot McKnight

3. My Baptism Book by Sophie Piper; illustrated by Dubravka Kolanovic

4. Beyond Smells and Bells: The Wonder and Power of Christian Liturgy by Mark Galli

5. I Loved Jesus in the Night: Teresa of Calcutta A Secret Revealed by Paul Murray

InterVarsity Press

1. Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling by Andy Crouch

2. Jesus Through Middle Eastern Eyes: Cultural Studies in the Gospels by Kenneth E. Bailey

3. Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership: Seeking God in the Crucible of Ministry by Ruth Haley Barton

4. Longing for God: Seven Paths of Christian Devotion by Richard J. Foster and Gayle D. Beebe

5. Jeremiah, Lamentations edited by Dean O. Wenthe

Abingdon

1. The Wesley Study Bible edited by Joel B. Green and William H. Willimon

2. Jesus on Death Row: The Trial of Jesus and American Capital Punishment by Mark Osler

3. 200 Pomegranates and an Audience of One by Shawn Wood

4. Jesus Laughed: The Redemptive Power of Humor by Robert Darden

5. Old Testament Theology: An Introduction by Walter Brueggemann

HarperOne

1. Jesus Interrupted: Revealing the Hidden Contradictions in the Bible (and Why We Don't Know About Them) by Bart D. …

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