November 2012 Best Sellers

Here’s my best sellers for November 2012.

# 10 – Revelation for Everyone by Tom Wright (Westminster John Knox Press)

Revelation for Everyone

# 9 – Minster’s Service Manual by Samuel Hutton (Baker Books)

Minister's Service Manual

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

Jesus the Jewish Theologian

# 7 – Ecumenical Creeds and Reformed Confessions (Faith Alive Christian Resources)

Ecumenical Creeds

# 6 – For Calvinism by Michael Horton (Zondervan)

For Calvinism

# 5 – Turning Points by Mark Noll (Baker Academic)

Turning Points

# 4 – Reason for God by Tim Keller (Penguin)

Reason for God

# 3 – Putting Amazing Back into Grace by Michael Horton (Baker Books)

Putting Amazing Back into Grace

# 2 – Living by the Book by Howard Hendricks (Moody Publishers)

Living by the Book

# 1 – Puritan Theology by Joel Beeke and Mark Jones

Puritan Theology

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

  1. bitznbitez says:

    I’m puzzled to think there really that many people just dying to understand Puritan Theology …..

    What happened here ?

    Was it being promoted somewhere in certain churches or on radio/tv or something ?

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    • Louis says:

      Believe it or not there was no special promotion. One thing you should know is that Joel Beeke has a church and a seminary in our local area so the interest in Puritan works is especially high. But, having said that most of my sales for this title were online. That has surprised me. I have had to re-order three times just to keep it on the shelf.

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  2. Jon Talbot says:

    Hello Louis,

    It seems that your customers are not influenced by your blogs, which give a well-rounded diet of theological, spiritual, and often non-Reformed (i.e. Catholic-oriented) titles. Also, you are probably listing titles that were purchased for study books or small groups, which can often inflate their best-seller status. It would be interesting to me to see if your best-seller lists for in-store purchases are similar to online purchases. Anyhow, you’ve created one of the most enjoyable blogs, in my opinion, that provides the serious Christian plenty of good books to chew on. Thank you.
    Advent blessings to you!

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    • Louis says:

      Thank you Jon. I appreciate your comment. You’re right about special orders inflating the numbers. I’ve debated about whether to include special orders in my numbers. At the end of the day they are still sales so I’ve always included them. My numbers do include our online sales. As for the blog, I have tried to create one that is of interest to a wide customer base. Most have been very happy with it. I’m glad you’ve found it helpful. Spread the word!

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