From Previous Years
As usual, some of my most visited pages were not even from 2014 but from earlier years. For example,
- #3 this year was my post on Socially Constructed Identity from 2010 (It was number 2 last year).
- #4 this year was my post on the lyrics of the children's song, "Sermon in Shoes," again from 2012 (I published it in conjunction with my father's death--it was #3 last year).
- #5 this year was a post on the Wesleyan flexibility on the subject of baptism from 2011 (It was #9 last year).
- #6 this year was again my clarification on a quote often attributed imprecisely to Socrates, "To know the good is to do the good." (It was #4 last year and #1 the previous year, from 2012).
- #7 this year was "Famous Empiricists" from 2008.
- #8 this year was "Leadership Summary 1" from 2012.
- #9 was "Famous Rationalists" from 2011.
- #10 was on the "Four-Fold View of Scripture" from 2012.
Top Ten of 2014
Now for the top ten posts actually from 2014. Any numbers below are not really accurate because I assume many people do not actually click on the specific post but read it from the basic blog landing page.
And now, the top 10 posts from 2014:
10. I reviewed the "Noah Movie" in March (# 31 overall).
9. I tried to quell misinformation about IWU and abortion in "Making Money Off Christians." (#29).
8. I reviewed the movie, "God's Not Dead" in April (#24 overall).
7. I reviewed Bart Ehrman's book, and the chapter, "Did Jesus Think He Was God" was #21 overall.
6. "Immigration Reform" was #19 overall, from November.
5. "Trump Verse Hermeneutics" from February was #16 overall.
4. "Let the Wesleyan Movement Begin" from May was #15 overall.
3. Number 3 from this year (#12 overall) was my theology in bullet points post in March that launched the theology series I've been doing on Sundays this past year.
2. Number 2 (also #2 overall) was about the proposed closing of Nazarene Publishing House, which in the end didn't happen (as predicted). It was just reorganized. (1434 page specific views)
1. And my number 1 post for the year was my reporting on the Ken Ham/Bill Nye debate in February. I tried to be somewhat middle of the road in my reaction. (1525 page specific views)