My Best Sellers for 2014

Yesterday we looked at the best sellers for December of 2014. Here’s the list for the entire year for my department. This year we had a tie for third place. Also, the only book here that was also on last year’s list is The Reason for God. It continues to be a very strong seller for me.

# 10 – Why Suffering by Ravi Zacharias (Hachette Book Group)

Why Suffering

# 9 – Biblical Preaching by Haddon Robinson (Baker Academic)

Biblical Preaching

# 8 – John by Michael Card (IVP)

John

# 7 – Serving with Eyes Wide Open by David Livermore (Baker Books)

Serving

# 6 – Practicing Christian Doctrine by Beth Felker Jones (Baker Academic)

Practicing christian doctrine

# 5 – Ecumenical Creeds and Reformed Confessions (Faith Alive)

Ecumenical Creeds

# 4 – When Helping Hurts by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert (Moody Publishers)

when Helping hurts

# 3 – The Reason for God by Timothy Keller (Penguin)

Reason for God

# 3 – Can We Still Believe the Bible? by Craig Blomberg (Baker Academic)

Can we Still

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

Seeking Alah

# 1 – Turning Points by Mark Noll (Baker Academic)

Turning Points

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