October 2012 Best Sellers

Here’s my best sellers for October. I was surprised to see Joel Beeke and Mark Jones’s new volume on the list since it just came out. At $60.00 it’s still a great buy. I was also surprised to see Paul Little’s book on the list. Some might think this book had gone out of print. No, it’s still around. There is also a great mix of publishers with a total of seven (counting Zondervan, Thomas Nelson and HarperOne as three rather than one).

#10 – Jesus the Jewish Theologian by Brad Young (Baker Academic)

# 9 – Puritan Theology by Joel Beeke and Mark Jones (Reformation Heritage Books)

# 8 – Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament edited by D.A. Carson and G.K. Beale (Baker Academic)

# 7 – Know What You Believe by Paul Little (IVP Books)

# 6 – World Religions edited by Thomas Robinson and Hilary Rodigues (Baker Academic)

# 5 – Creedal Imperative by Carl Trueman (Crossway)

# 4- Surprised by Hope by N.T. Wright (HarperOne)

# 3 – Against Calvinism by Roger Olson (Zondervan)

# 2- Popular Survey of the Old Testament by Norman Geisler (Baker Academic)

# 1 – Revelation (1-5) by J. Vernon McGree (Thomas Nelson)

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About Louis

I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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2 Responses to October 2012 Best Sellers

  1. Parker says:

    Louis,
    How did this commentary on Romans get the number one spot? interesting.

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    • Louis says:

      It’s actually a commentary on the first five chapters of Revelation. The answer is it was due to a special order. It’s probably a group doing a study of Revelation.

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