January 2014 Best Sellers

Here are the best sellers for my department for January 2014. One of my regular customers commented on one of the best sellers on a previous list. I told him it was due to a special order. He wasn’t aware of this. My best seller lists always include special orders and our internet sales. For example, our number one title on this list was due to a special order.

# 10 – The Christian Faith by Michael Horton (Zondervan)

Christian Faith

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

Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament

# 8 King James Only Controversy by James White (Bethany House)

New from Bethany House: The King James Only Controversy

# 7 – Manners and Customs in the Bible by Victor Matthews (Baker Academic)

Manners and Customs

# 6 – Encountering John by John Köstenberger (Baker Academic)

Encountering John

# 5 – Learn Biblical Hebrew by John Dobson (Baker Academic)

Learn Biblical Hebrew

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

Christian Theology

# 3 – The Light and the Glory by Peter Marshall (Revell)

Light and the glory

# 2 – The Lost Letters of Pergamum by Bruce Longenecker (Baker Academic)

Yellow Papyrus Paper

# 1 – Ecumenical Creeds and Reformed Confessions by Christian Reformed Church (Faith Alive Christian Resources)

Ecumenical Creeds


About Louis

I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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One Response to January 2014 Best Sellers

  1. J.W. Wartick says:

    I’m surprised by the KJV only controversy being on there. It’s a great book but odd it would pop up for new reason. Is there some controversy I don’t know about that helped stir the pot for this issue recently?


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