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Top ten religious books

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05 September 2014

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Church Times top ten religious books

(previous month's position in brackets)

Being Christian by Rowan Williams (SPCK, £7.99) (1)

2Acts and Ommissions by Catherine Fox (SPCK, £9.99) (-)

Anglican Social Theology, edited by Malcolm Brown (Church House Publishing, £19.99) (-)

Being a Curate, edited by Jonathan Ross-McNairn and Sonia Barron (SPCK, £12.99) (8)

Travelling Inwards by Elizabeth Ruth Obbard (New City, £5.95) (-)

6 What Clergy Do by Emma Percy (SPCK, £12.99) (3)

7 Ten: Why Christianity makes good sense by John Pritchard (SPCK, £9.99) (5)

8 Archbishop Justin Welby by Andrew Atherstone (DLT, £18.99 (-)

9 Lectionary Reflections by Jane Williams (SPCK, £16.99) (-)

10  The Dove, the Fig Leaf and the Sword by Alan Billings (SPCK, £12.99) (-)

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