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Where’s the ker-ching?

Why are so few of our top ten stacked by the till, wonders Paul Handley

SO, THERE you have it: our judges' complete list (100 Best Christian Books). Now that it can be seen as a whole, readers can appreciate the fine balancing that placed one work just there, and an-other work two places above it.

The top ten is, perhaps, the least surprising part of the list, now that it is out in the open. The church Fathers share it with the flowers of medieval spirituality, and participants in the turbulence of the 17th century. John Bunyan, born in 1628, is the ...

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Improving the future by disturbing the present

Interim minsters do much more than hold the fort: they can implement lasting change, say Helen Gheorghiu Gould and Peter Hill  Subscribe to read more

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