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Church Times top ten religious books

(previous week’s position in brackets)

1 The Enduring Melody by Michael Mayne (Darton, Longman & Todd, £10.95) (1)

2 Crumbs of Hope by Clare McBeath and Tim Presswood (Methodist Publishing, £12.99) (-)

3 Prayers for C of E People by Harry Ogden (David Wyatt, £3.50) (-)

4 Living Free by H.A. Williams (Continuum, £14.99) (-)

5 Dawkins' God by Alister McGrath (Blackwell, £9.99) (2)

6 Daily Prayer for Welsh People by Harry Ogden (David Wyatt, £5) (-)

7 Islam: A very short introduction by Malise Ruthven (Oxford University Press, £6.99) (10)

8 Sister Wendy on Prayer by Sister Wendy Beckett (Continuum, £12.99) (-)

9 Into the Silent Land by Martin Laird (Darton, Longman & Todd, £10.95) (-)

10 Reality of God and the Problem of Evil by Brian Davies (Continuum, £16.99) (-)

Participating bookshops: Blackwells Bookshop, Oxford; Church House Bookshop, London; Mowbray's at Hatchards, London; Cornerstone Bookshop, Edinburgh; St Denys' Bookshop, Manchester; and SPCK bookshops across the UK.

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Should the police and the BBC have broadcast the investigation into Sir Cliff Richard? http://t.co/X8aMw6nwIe

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