May 2012 Best Sellers

This list will require a little explaining in light of the top two spots. The number two spot went to a Bible and followers of this blog will find that unusual because I don’t normally include my Bible sales in the top ten list. I usually do that as a separate list. But this is a Catholic Bible and my Catholic Bibles are not in my Bible category but rather in my “Catholic” category. Hence its presence on this list. The number one spot is an unusual one but it was the result of a bulk order. Remember this list reflects the best sellers from my categories not the store as a whole. Since my categories include the “reference” department this dictionary made it to number one. Also, notice that Calvin’s Commentaries has reappeared on the list after a long absence. With that out of the way here’s the rest of the list.

# 10 – How God Became King by N. T. Wright (HarperOne)

# 9 – How to Read The Bible Through the Jesus Lens by Michael Williams (Zondervan)

# 8 – Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament by John Walton (Baker Academic)

# 7 – Paul, the Spirit, and the People of God by Gordon Fee (Baker Academic)

# 6 – Christian Ethics by D. Stephen Long (Oxford University Press)

# 5 – King James Only Controversy by James White (Bethany House)

# 4 – The Baker Illustrated Bible Commentary edited by Gary M. Burge and Andrew E. Hill (Baker Books)

# 3 – Calvin’s Commentaries by John Calvin (Baker Academic)

# 2 – Saint Joseph Bible (NABRE) – (Catholic Book Publishing)

# 1 – Websters All-in-One Dictionary and Thesaurus (Federal Street Press)





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I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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