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Top ten religious books

05 October 2012


(previous month's position in brackets)

1Faith in the Public Square by Rowan Williams (Bloomsbury, £20 (Church Times SPECIAL OFFER PRICE £16) (-)

2The Lion's World by Rowan Williams (SPCK, £8.99) (1)

3Christ in the Wilderness by Stephen Cottrell (SPCK, £9.99) (-)

4Unapologetic by Francis Spufford (Faber and Faber, £12.99) (-)

5Common Worship: Additional Eucharistic Prayers: With guidance on celebrating the eucharist with children (Church House Publishing, £5.99 (-)

6How to be a Bad Christian . . . And a better human being by Dave Tomlinson (Hodder & Stoughton, £12.99) (-)

7Everyday God by Paula Gooder (Canterbury Press, £8.99) (7)

8Christian Beginnings by Geza Vermes (Allen Lane, £25) (2)

9Come Emmanuel by Ann Lewin (Canterbury Press, £9.99) (-)

10Falling Upward by Richard     Rohr (SPCK, £10.99 ) (10)


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