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Articles > 2013 > 1 February > Reviews > Book reviews >

Top ten religious books

(Previous month's position in brackets)

Abiding (The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book) by Ben Quash (Bloomsbury, £10 (Church Times SPECIAL OFFER PRICE £8) (2)

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

Reflections for Lent (Church House Publishing, £3.99) (-)

Friends, Foes and Families by Judith Dimond (SPCK, £7.99) ...

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