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Top ten religious books

(Previous month’s position in brackets1 On Being Saved by Rod Garner (DLT, £14.99) (-)

2 Betjeman’s Best British Churches by Richard Surman (Collins, £35) (-)

3 Making Sense of God’s Love by Lorraine Cavanagh (SPCK, £7.99) (-)

4 Making Sense of the Bible by Helen-Ann Hartley (SPCK, £7.99) (-)

5 Being a Chaplain by Miranda Threlfall-Holmes and Mark ...

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