July 2014 Best Sellers

Here were the best sellers for my department for July. The presence of Michael Card’s book (# 4) is probably due to his appearance in our store this past Saturday.

# 10 – Surprised by Scripture by N.T. Wright (HarperOne)

Surprised by Scripture

# 9 – Heidelberg Catechism: A Study Guide by G.I. Williamson (P&R Publishing)

Heidelberg

# 8 – Dictionary for Theological Interpretation edited by Kevin Vanhoozer (Baker Academic)

Dictionary

# 7 – How to Read the Bible Through the Jesus Lens by Michael Williams (Zondervan)

How to Read the Bible

# 6 – Tough Questions About the Bible by Joel Beeke (Christian Focus Publications)

Tough Questions

# 5 – Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Quereshi (Zondervan)

Seeking Alah

# 4 – John: The Gospel of Wisdom by Michael Card (IVP)

John

# 3 – Genesis Record by Henry Morris (Baker Books)

Genesis Record

# 2 – Christian Beliefs by Wayne Grudem (Zondervan)

Christian Beliefs

# 1- How to Read the Bible For All Its Worth by Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart (Zondervan)

How to Read the Bible

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About Louis

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

  1. Daniel Lute says:

    I’ve read half of them this year. Thanks for the consistent reviews and comments. They are incredibly helpful for a busy pastor. Daniel Lute

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  2. Timothy says:

    I helped get Card to #4! 🙂

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  3. Interesting: Upon reading #1, the reader will likely be confused by #2. If one bypasses #1, then #2 will reinforce many traditional mindsets that are challenged by #1. Oh the evangelical dissonance!

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