Top ten religious books

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05 August 2016

Church Times top ten religious books

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1 Being Disciples by Rowan Williams (SPCK, £8.99) (-)

 

2 How Then Shall We Live? by Samuel Wells (Canterbury Press, £16.99) (-)

 

3 Parable and Paradox by Malcolm Guite (Canterbury Press, £10.99) (-)

 

4 Faithful Improvisations by Loveday Alexander and Mike Higton (CHP, £19.99) (-)

 

5 Joining the Angels’ Song by Sam Wells and Abigail Kocher (Canterbury Press, £25 (-)

 

6 The Body by Paula Gooder (SPCK, £9.99) (9)

 

7 Something More by John Pritchard (SPCK, £9.99) (-)

 

8 Journeys in Grace and Truth edited by Jayne Ozanne (Ekklesia, £9.99) (-)

 

9 The Invisible Church by Steve Aisthorpe (Saint Andrew Press, £14.99) (1)

 

10 God is No Thing by Rupert Shortt (Hurst, £9.99) (7)

 

Participating bookshops: Church House Bookshop, London; St Denys Bookshop, Manchester; and Cornerstone Bookshop, Edinburgh.

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