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Top ten religious books

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01 May 2015

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(previous month's position in brackets)

1 Who is My Neighbour? A letter from the House of Bishops to the people and parishes of the Church of England for the General Election 2015 (Church House Publishing, £3.99) (1)

2 Meeting God in Mark by Rowan Williams (SPCK, £8.99) (2)

3 Handbook for Churchwardens and Parochial Church Councillors by Kenneth MacMorran and Timothy Briden (Bloomsbury, £10.99) (-)

4 On Rock or Sand? edited by John Sentamu (SPCK, £9.99) (6)

5 Stations of the Crossby Timothy Radcliffe (Bloomsbury, £9.99) (7)

6 The Widening Circle by Graham Tomlin (SPCK, £10.99) (-)

7 You Can Pray by Tim Chester (IVP, £9.99) (-)

Readings for Funerals by Mark Oakley (SPCK, £12.99) (-)

9 Simply Good News by Tom Wright (SPCK, £9.99) (9)

10  Being Christian by Rowan Williams (SPCK, £7.99) (5)

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