Evangelical book already a best seller

Evangelical book already a best seller

By staff writers
8 Mar 2004

-8/3/04

Tyndale House, the evangelical Christian publisher of the best-selling Left Behind series of novels, said over the weekend that bookstores had already bought all of the initial print run of 1.9 million copies of the 12th and last book in the series, three weeks before it goes on sale March 30.

The New York Times reports that the advance sales indicate that the book, "The Glorious Appearing," by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, will be one of the top-selling books of the year as well as a major subject of discussion in church groups and in the news media. The series is based on Dr. LaHaye's reading of the Book of Revelation in the Bible.

-8/3/04

Tyndale House, the evangelical Christian publisher of the best-selling Left Behind series of novels, said over the weekend that bookstores had already bought all of the initial print run of 1.9 million copies of the 12th and last book in the series, three weeks before it goes on sale March 30.

The New York Times reports that the advance sales indicate that the book, "The Glorious Appearing," by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, will be one of the top-selling books of the year as well as a major subject of discussion in church groups and in the news media. The series is based on Dr. LaHaye's reading of the Book of Revelation in the Bible.

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