Top ten religious books

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20 March 2007

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1 The Dawkins Delusion by Alister McGrath and Joanna Collicutt McGrath (SPCK, £7.99) (1)

2 Christianity with Attitude by Giles Fraser (Canterbury Press, £9.99) (4)

3 Better to Travel Hopefully by David Hope (Darton, Longman & Todd, £9.95) (2)

4 Some Daily Prayers for Church of England People by Harry Ogden (David Wyatt, £3.50) (3)

5 Heart in my Head by John Peart-Binns (Continuum, £20) (5)

6 Proclaiming the Passion (Church House Publishing, £5.99) (-)

7 Life Balance by Sue Mayfield and Robert Warren (Church House Publishing, £3.99) (-)

8 Faith Confirmed by Peter Jackson and Chris Wright (SPCK, £8.99) (-)

9 Wild Goose Chase by Annie Heppenstall (Wild Goose Publications, £10.99) (-)

10 Living the Lord’s Prayer by Rowan Williams and Wendy Beckett (Lion, £7.99) (-)

Participating bookshops: Church House Bookshop, London; Mowbrays at Hatchards, London; Sarum College Bookshop, Salisbury and St Denys’ Bookshop, Manchester; and SPCK Bookshops across the UK.

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