December 2013 Best Sellers

Here are my best sellers for December 2013. I’ll be working on a best seller list for 2013. As in years past I’ll do one for my department and one for the whole store.

# 10 – Christian Theology by Millard Erickson (Baker Academic)

Christian Theology

# 9 – Baker Illustrated Bible Handbook by J. Daniel Hays and J. Scott Duvall (Baker Books)

Baker Handbook

# 8 – NIV Bible Concordance by John R. Kohlenberger III (Zondervan)

NIV Bible Concordance

# 7 – Strange Fire by John MacArthur (Thomas Nelson)

Strange Fire

# 6 – Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem (Zondervan)

Systematic Theology

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

Commentary on the NT use of the OT

# 4 – Reasonable Response by William Lane Craig with Joseph E. Garra  (Moody Publishers)

Reasonable Response

# 3 – Unholy Allegiances by David DeSilva (Hendrickson Publishers)

Unholy Allegiances

# 2 – Why the Universe is the Way It Is by Hugh Ross (Baker Books)

Comp 1

# 1 – The Light and the Glory by Peter Marshall and David Manuel (Revell)

Light and the glory

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About Louis

I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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2 Responses to December 2013 Best Sellers

  1. I have to say…Mike Bird’s Evangelical Theology deserves to displace Grudem here. Maybe the midwesterners are slower to catch up? 😉 Seriously though, Nijay Gupta’s comments are relevant (see here).

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    • Michael Daykin says:

      I wonder how many copies of Grudem & Erickson were picked up as textbooks. I used both in seminary. Beale & Carson’s OT in the NT Commentary as well (which I still use!)

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