Top 10 of 2011

[I]  heard of an idea recently that I quickly decided to adopt. The thought is to mark out the last few days of the year with reposts of the top blog posts from that year. This gives the readers the chance to read the most popular content from the year (especially if you missed a few of them), and gives me as the author some time to start writing great posts for 2012. I will be posting my top 10 blog posts from 2011 during the last 10 days of the year. That means that this Thursday (Dec. 22) will be #10, Friday (Dec. 23) will be #9, all the way up to #1 on Dec. 31st. These selections are based on how many times each page has been viewed—not how many comments it has. As a result, some of them may come as a surprise to you (I know they were for me). I hope you enjoy catching up with these top posts you may have missed or enjoying them a second time. I’m already working on some fun new things for next year. This has been my fifth year blogging and I absolutely love it. I’m incredibly grateful that you spend the time reading it. I’m indebted to those of you that go even farther and leave a comment! Thanks for making this possible. I will also use this as a landing page for each of them as we go so that you can find them all in one place. As I post each one I will update the links below.
  1. Love Wins – Rob Bell
  2. Is Harold Camping Right About May 21, 2011?
  3. Faith in the New Testament
  4. My Response to the Rob Bell “Conspiracy”
  5. Is Mark Driscoll a Bully?
  6. My Top 20 Quotes from the Leadership Summit
  7. Absent
  8. The Question of Faith
  9. The Skill of Doubt
  10. An Evening With James Hetfield

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