The Backlist: The Top Ten Posts on Blogging Theologically

Let’s take a look back in time and see the most-read posts from March. Go check them out:

  1. Book Review: Love Wins by Rob Bell
  2. Everyday Theology: God Won’t Give You More Than You Can Handle
  3. John Piper on Mark Driscoll & John MacArthur
  4. Book Reviews
  5. Who Writes This?
  6. Everyday Theology: God helps those who help themselves
  7. Book Review: Rid of My Disgrace by Justin and Lindsey Holcomb
  8. Rob Bell + Universalism = Fireworks
  9. Book Review: Unplanned by Abby Johnson
  10. What Good Will Come From the Bell Brouhaha?

And just for fun, here’s the next ten:

  1. So, What is Universalism, Anyway?
  2. My Memory Moleskine: Do Not Be Anxious
  3. Countering the Counterfeits: Trevin Wax on Counterfeit Gospels
  4. Think Hard, Stay Humble: Francis Chan on the Life of the Mind and the Peril of Pride
  5. Reading A Book
  6. Everyday Theology (series page)
  7. Book Review: Counterfeit Gospels by Trevin Wax
  8. Twisted: Reviewing Andy Stanley’s Twisting the Truth
  9. Everyday Theology: Preach the Gospel always, if necessary use words
  10. Studies & Series

March was a huge month for a variety of reasons. One of the best books I’ve read in 2011 (Rid of My Disgrace) made it into the top ten and received very favorable feedback from its author. The Rob Bell hoo-ha and the reviews of Unplanned and Counterfeit Gospels were hot topic among readers. I was also happy that this month I finally was able to unveil the new Book Reviews page after several delays.

If you have a blog, what were a couple of the highlights for you in the past month?

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  • http://www.desiringvirtue.com Jessalyn @DesiringVirtue.com

    I recently found your blog via Tim Challies and have really enjoyed it! This month I was priviledged to get to speak to a reader’s questions about death and God’s roll in it. She had recently heard a pastor at her friend’s funeral say, “God didn’t want him to die at such a young age”. This caused her to question her entire understanding of God’s omniscience. It was such a joy to get to encourage this sister in Christ with the Word. http://desiringvirtue.com/2011/03/death-and-god/

    • http://www.bloggingtheologically.com Aaron Armstrong

      Terrific post, Jessalyn – grateful that you were able to encourage her! Thank you for sharing the link :)

  • http://twitter.com/cruciformlife Jimmy Davis

    I found your blog via Kevin Meath at CruciformPress and am enjoying it! The highlight of the month for my blog was unveiling a new home for The Cruciform Life Blog at http://cruciformlife.org in conjunction with the release of my first book Cruciform: Living the Cross-Shaped Life published by CruciformPress. I have you in my Google Reader and look forward to reading your stuff.