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Top ten books

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06 December 2013

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Church Times top ten religious books

(previous month's position in brackets)

Haphazard by Starlight by Janet Morley (SPCK, £9.99) (5)

Light to the Nations by John Cox (Kevin Mayhew, £8.99) (-)

3 Rules for Reverends by Jeremy Fletcher and Dave Walker (BRF, £6.99) (3)

4 Diary of a Gay Priest by Malcolm Johnson (Christian Alternative, £9.99) (9)

5 Reflections for Daily Prayer (Church House Publishing, £16.99) (-)

6 C. S. Lewis: A Life by Alister McGrath (Hodder, £9.99) (-)

7 The Image of Christ in Modern Art by Richard Harries (Ashgate, £19.99) (-)

Living Faithfully by John Pritchard (SPCK, £9.99) (8)

9 Letters to London: Dietrich Bonhoeffer, edited by Stephen J. Plant and Toni Burrowes-Cromwell (SPCK, £9.99) (7)

10 Paul and the Faithfulness of God by N. T. Wright (SPCK, £65) (-)

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