The Backlist: The Top Ten Posts on Blogging Theologically

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

  1. Everyday Theology: God Won’t Give You More Than You Can Handle (July 2009)
  2. Everyday Theology: God helps those who help themselves (July 2009)
  3. The Dos and Don’ts of Book Reviews (or at least how I do them) (January 2011)
  4. John Piper on Mark Driscoll & John MacArthur (May 2009)
  5. Book Review: Love Wins by Rob Bell (March 2011)
  6. (Cheap) Christian e-Books for Your Kindle! (November 2011)
  7. Book Review: For the City by Darrin Patrick and Matt Carter (November 2011)
  8. 5 Ways to Get Attention in the Christian Blogosphere (November 2011)
  9. Christmas Shopping for the Bible Guy (and Gal)! (November 2011)
  10. Everyday Theology: Preach the Gospel always, if necessary use words (July 2009)

And just for fun, here are the next ten:

  1. Inerrancy, the Church and the Cults (November 2011)
  2. Book Reviews (page)
  3. Book Review: Erasing Hell by Francis Chan and Preston Sprinkle (July 2011)
  4. Book Review: Gospel Wakefulness by Jared C. Wilson (November 2011)
  5. Choosing a New Preaching Bible (November 2011)
  6. Another Great Book Giveaway! (November 2011)
  7. Who Writes This? (page)
  8. J.I. Packer: Nehemiah’s God (May 2010)
  9. 5 Biblical Names We Won’t Be Using For Our Next Child (November 2011)
  10. Does it Matter if Paul Didn’t Write the Pastoral Epistles? (November 2011)

Four of this month’s top ten posts are from November (which was kind of a nice surprise). It was also great to see a new entry in the top ten—The Dos and Don’ts of Book Reviews (or at least how I do them). It’s great to see that people are checking out this one (and I hope finding it helpful!). The next ten, as always, are an interesting mix—lots from November (and one from this week, even). Really great to see people engage in the discussion on choosing a new preaching Bible and glad to see the excerpt from J.I. Packer finding an audience again.

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