The Backlist: The Top Ten Posts on Blogging Theologically


Let’s take a trip back in time to see the top ten posts in January:

  1. Everyday Theology: God Won’t Give You More Than You Can Handle (July 2009)
  2. Where Is Jesus In The Old Testament? (June 2011)
  3. The greatest weapon of mass destruction ever unleashed (January 2013)
  4. Why I won’t read your book on visiting Heaven (January 2013)
  5. Everyday Theology: God helps those who help themselves (July 2009)
  6. 3 reasons why some churches don’t grow (that you don’t usually hear) (January 2013)
  7. John Piper on Mark Driscoll & John MacArthur (May 2009)
  8. A few books I want to read in 2013 (and think you should, too) (December 2012)
  9. Locality messes with contentment (January 2013)
  10. Book Review: Multiply by Francis Chan with Mark Beuving (January 2013)

And just for fun, here are the next ten:

  1. Does it matter if evolution is compatible with Christianity or not? (January 2013)
  2. Book Review: Who Do You Think You Are by Mark Driscoll (January 2013)
  3. Preaching and Pragmatism (July 2011)
  4. Church Buildings: They’re actually useful! (December 2009)
  5. Ministry Idolatry (January 2011)
  6. Book Review: You Lost Me by David Kinnaman (December 2011)
  7. Everyday Theology: Preach the Gospel always, if necessary use words (July 2009)
  8. 12 Books I Want to Read in 2012 (and Think You Should, Too) (December 2012)
  9. DVD Review: Twisting the Truth by Andy Stanley (October 2009)
  10. Links I like (weekend edition) (January 2013)

If you haven’t had a chance to read any of these posts, I hope you’ll take a few minutes today to check them out.

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