Thomas Nelson Publishers decided to tally up the 100 bestselling Christian books of 2010 (they used proprietary software; don’t try this at home).  While Thomas Hyatt, TN’s chairman and CEO, posted the entire list at his website, we’re going to take you up to only number 11 here because we’re a little fascinated with the videos used to promote it (here and here).

If you were being Born Again in the 1980s (or heading to a monastery in the 380s), the message in David Platt’s Radical will ring familiar.  Give up everything and follow God; you can’t do His work from your comfortable, middle class suburb.  With more Americans losing middle-class status from loss of jobs, homes and cars, I wonder if the message will sell as well as the book?

1 Sarah Young Jesus Calling Thomas Nelson
2 William P. Young The Shack Hachette
3 Francis Chan Crazy Love David C. Cook
4 Gary Chapman The Five Love Languages Moody
5 Dave Ramsey The Total Money Makeover Thomas Nelson
6 Stephen Kendrick
and Alex Kendrick
The Love Dare B&H
7 Ron Hall and
Denver Moore
Same Kind of Different As Me Thomas Nelson
8 Beth Moore So Long Insecurity Tyndale
9 Francis Chan Forgotten God David C. Cook
10 Don Piper 90 Minutes in Heaven Revell
11 David Platt Radical Multnomah

(h/t  Galleycat, Adam Becker)