The Backlist: The Top Ten Posts on Blogging Theologically

Let’s take a look back in time and see the most-read posts from April. 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. Everyday Theology: God helps those who help themselves
  4. John Piper on Mark Driscoll & John MacArthur
  5. Tim Keller: Getting Out #TGC11
  6. Matt Chandler: Youth #TGC11
  7. D.A. Carson: Getting Excited about Melchizedek #TGC11
  8. Book Reviews
  9. Al Mohler: Studying the Scriptures and Finding Jesus #TGC11
  10. Who Writes This?

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

  1. James MacDonald: Not According to Our Sins #TGC11
  2. #TGC11 Day 1 Reflections—Plus Free Stuff!
  3. What Good Will Come From the Bell Brouhaha?
  4. Alistair Begg: From a Foreigner to King Jesus #TGC11
  5. Book Review: Half the Church by Carolyn Custis James
  6. What’s On Your To-Read Pile?
  7. What Was Once Narrow and Deep Has Become Wide and Shallow
  8. Everyday Theology: Preach the Gospel always, if necessary use words
  9. So, What is Universalism, Anyway?
  10. Book Review: The Organized Heart by Staci Eastin

April was one of my favorite months to write here at the blog. Lots of good books to review and my wife parachuted in for a vlog or two. Probably the biggest highlight was live-blogging The Gospel Coalition (incidentally, I’ve gone back and updated all the posts to include the video from each plenary). I was somewhat surprised to see Love Wins continue to be a topic of keen interest now that we’re six weeks out from the books release, but we’ll see what happens there. Also, people really seem to resonate with J.C. Ryle, don’t they?

That’s it for me. Now it’s your turn: If you have a blog, what were a couple of the highlights for you in the past month?