Best Sellers

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Best Sellers


Westminster John Knox

1. Life in Biblical Israel by Philip J. King and Lawrence E. Stager

2. Jesus the Savior: The Meaning of Jesus Christ for Christian Faith by William C. Placher

3. A Field Guide to U.S. Congregations: Who's Going Where and Why by Cynthia Woolever and Deborah Bruce

4. A Brief Guide to Beliefs: Ideas, Theologies, Mysteries, and Movements by Linda Edwards

5. Struggling with Scripture by Walter Brueggemann, William C. Placher and Brian K. Blount

Fortress

1. The Human Being by Walter Wink

2. The Message and the Kingdom by Richard A. Horsley and Neil Asher Silberman

3. The Wrath of Jonah by Rosemary Radford Ruether and Herman J. Ruether

4. Nature, Human Nature, and God by Ian G. Barbour

5. Introduction to the History of Christianity edited by Tim Dowley

Yale

1. Jihad: The Rise of Militant Islam in Central Asia by Ahmed Rashid

2. Taliban: Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia by Ahmed Rashid

3. Utopia by Thomas More

4. God of Hope and the End of the World by John Polkinghorne

5. Islam: A Thousand Years of Faith and Power by Jonathan Bloom and Sheila S. Blair

Cambridge

1. An Introduction to the New Testament and the Origins of Christianity by Delbert Burkett

2. The Cambridge Illustrated History of Religions edited by John Bowker

3. The Elements of New Testament Greek (paperback and audio CD pack) by John W. Wenham, Jonathan T. Pennington and Norman H. Young

4. Symbols of Jesus by Robert Cummings Neville

5. Nature, God and Humanity: Envisioning an Ethics of Nature by Richard L. Fern

Princeton

1. Al-Qur'an: A Contemporary Translation translated by Ahmed Ali

2. Hamlet in Purgatory by Stephen Greenblatt

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