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Top Ten religious books

by
01 June 2018

(previous month’s position in brackets)

  1. Being Human by Rowan Williams (SPCK, £9.99) (1)
  2. Revised New Jerusalem Bible: New Testament and Psalms (DLT, £12.99) (-)
  3. Waiting for the Last Bus by Richard Holloway (Canongate, £14.99) (3)
  4. Phoebe by Paula Gooder (Hodder & Stoughton, £14.99) (-)
  5. Reimagining Britain by Justin Welby (Bloomsbury, £16.99) (2
  6. Rain Falling by the River by Christopher Southgate (Canterbury Press, £11.99) (-)
  7. Love, Remember by Malcolm Guite (Canterbury Press, £12.99) (-)
  8. Alleluia is Our Song by Michael Mayne (Canterbury Press, £10.99) (8)
  9. St John’s Gospel: A lawyer’s translation from the original Greek by Malcolm Bishop (Matador, £9.99) (-)
  10. Rites and Wrongs of Liturgy by Thomas O’Laughlin (Liturgical Press, £10.99) (-)

 

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