This week will be all about best sellers. Today’s post looks at the best sellers for my department for December 2014. Tomorrow I’ll give the best sellers for my department for the year. Wednesday we’ll see the best sellers for the store (books only). Thursday I’ll show how well the Bibles did broken down by translation. With all that out of the way here’s how December measured up.
It’s been a long time since I’ve had a set on the list. So the #10 spot really surprised me.
# 10 – Church Dogmatics by Karl Barth (Hendrickson)
# 9 – Stealing from God by Frank Turek (NavPress)
# 8 – How to Read the Bible Through the Jesus Lens by Michael Williams (Zondervan)
# 7 – Insights on Romans by Charles Swindoll (Tyndale)
# 6 – Exalting Jesus in James by David Platt (Holman Reference)
# 5 – Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Quereshi (Zondervan)
# 4 – The Moody Bible Commentary edited by Michael Rydelnik and Michael Vanlaningham (Moody Publishers)
# 3 – A New Heaven and a New Earth by J. Richard Middleton (Baker Academic)
# 2 – The Reason for God by Timothy Keller (Penguin)
# 1 – The Case of Christ by Lee Strobel (Zondervan)