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Top Ten

03 July 2015


Church Times top ten religious books

(previous month's position in brackets)


Being Christian by Rowan Williams (SPCK, £7.99) (2)


Unseen Things Above by Catherine Fox (Marylebone House, £9.99) (-)


False Tongues by Kate Charles (Marylebone House, £9.99) (-)


4 English Cathedral Music and Liturgy in the Twentieth Century by Martin Thomas (Ashgate, £65) (-)


Readings for Funerals by Mark Oakley (SPCK, £12.99) (7)


Reflections on the Psalms (Church House Publishing, £14.99) (-)


A Disreputable Priestby Ian Corbett (Gilead Books, £7.95) (-)


Meeting God in Mark by Rowan Williams (SPCK, £8.99) (6)


When I Pray, What Does God Do? by David Wilkinson (Monarch, £8.99) (-)


10 Contemplative Prayer: A new framework by David Foster (Bloomsbury, £12.99) (-)


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