I’m not usually a big fan of people publishing their “top posts from the past year.” However, this past week I found several excellent posts that I had missed during the year, finding them through yearly summaries the authors put on their blog.
So, on the outside chance that you find something worth reading, here goes last year’s most read posts:
Barhopping in the Kitchen — That’s right… the most read post was a bunch of bad jokes.
Audio from Ray Vander Laan — I’m glad that people are accessing this material. I actually posted this two years ago, but it continues to get lots of views.
Ecclesiastes: Money is the answer for everything! — This post is even older, yet garners a lot of interest. Either people are intrigued by that verse from Ecclesiastes or they’re hoping that money really is the answer for everything.
Mark Driscoll on the Regulative and Normative Principles of Worship — I’m guessing that Google was my friend on this one; people that want to know what Driscoll has to say were finding out through my blog.
“My Word will not return unto me void” — Another older post that still generates traffic. It’s actually on the blog twice; both posts still get a lot of reads.
The Decline of Pacifism in Churches of Christ — I’m glad people are interested in this topic. So many people don’t realize how the churches of Christ in general have changed their position over the years. (And yes, this is a 2011 post)
Bilingual church vs. bilingual ministry — Lots of people are interested in this topic; glad that this post from 2009 can be a good resource for them.
Tempocentrism — Look, it’s a post from 2012! Written on January 3, this post had a lot of time to gather views. And I think it says some good things.
Lament — This post was fairly recent, so it’s traffic numbers are significant. However… some of the traffic is due to the graphic I used from Richard Beck’s blog.
OK, so there you have it. As a blogger, it’s interesting to see that much of what gathered interest on my blog was the work of other people. Not necessarily a bad thing, as I see it.
Now I’ll have to find some new things to share with you.