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Best Sellers


Oxford

1. Lost Christianities: The Battles for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew

by Bart D. Ehrman

2. Lost Scriptures: Books That Did Not Make It into the New Testament

by Bart D. Ehrman

3. The New Anti-Catholicism: The Last Acceptable Prejudice

by Philip Jenkins

4. Greed: The Seven Deadly Sins

by Phyllis A Tickle

5. God? A Debate Between a Christian and an Atheist

by William Lane Craig and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong

Liturgical

1. Who Is Jesus? An Introduction to Christology

by Thomas J. Rausch, S.J.

2. Not By Bread Alone

by Peter Feldmeier

3. Waiting in Joyful Hope

by Mark G. Boyer

4. Living Liturgy

by Joyce A. Zimmerman et al.

5. Butler's Lives of the Saints

edited by Paul Burns

Yale

1. Jonathan Edwards: A Life

by George M. Marsden

2. One World

by Peter Singer

3. Credo

by Jaroslav Pelikan

4. American Judaism

by Jonathan D. Sarna

5. Greek Gods, Human Lives

by Mary Lefkowitz

Pilgrim

1. Same-sex Marriage? A Christian Ethical Analysis

by Marvin M. Ellison

2. Whose Land? Whose Promise? What Christians Are Not Being Told About Israel and the Palestinians

by Gary M. Burge

3. Bad Girls of the Bible: Exploring Women of Questionable Virtue

by Barbara J. Essex

4. The Indispensable Guide for Smaller Churches

by David R. Bay

5. The Essential Parish Nurse: ABCs for Congregational Health Ministry

by Deborah L. Patterson

Abingdon

1. Weary Throats and New Songs: Black Women Proclaiming God's Word

by Teresa L. Fry Brown

2. Reading the Bible for the Sake of Our Children

by Dana Nolan Fewell

3. Teologia: An Introduction to Hispanic Theology

by Luis G. Pedraja

4. Evolution from Creation to Recreation: Conflict, Conversation and Convergence

by Ted Peters and Martinez Hewlett

5. Take the Next Step: Leading Lasting Change in the Church

by Lovett H. Weems Jr.

Eerdmans

1. Scarred by Struggle, Transformed by Hope

by Joan D. Chittister

2. My God and I: A Spiritual Memoir

by Lewis B. Smedes

3. Christ on Trial: How the Gospel Unsettles Our Judgment

by Rowan Williams

4. My Struggle for Freedom: Memoirs

by Hans Kung

5. Engaging God's World: A Christian Vision of Faith, Learning, and Living

by Cornelius Plantinga Jr. …

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