May 2014 Best Sellers

Here are the best sellers for my department for May 2014.

# 10 – How (Not) To Be Secular by James K.A. Smith (Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing)

How Not to Be Secular

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

Christian Theology

# 8 – Why the Universe is the Way it Is by Hugh Ross (Baker Books)

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# 7 – Exegetical Fallacies by D.A. Carson (Baker Academic)

Exegetical Fallacies

# 6 – Heidelberg Catechism (Faith Alive Christian Resources)

Heidelberg Catechism

# 5 – Real Face of Atheism by Ravi Zacharias (Baker Books)

Real Face of Atheism

# 4 – Catechism of the Catholic Church (Ignatius Press)

Catechism of the Catholic Church

# 3 – Essential Truths of the Christian Faith by R.C. Sproul (Tyndale)

Essentials of the Christian

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

Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament

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

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About Louis

I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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2 Responses to May 2014 Best Sellers

  1. J.W. Wartick says:

    I’ve noticed that Hugh Ross’ book seems to be having a lot of staying power on your bestseller list, as well as Walton’s ANE book. Very interesting selections people are picking up!

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