Following the usual trend, apart from my basic home page, my most visited pages were not from 2015 but from earlier years. Here is the top ten list from this year:
- #1 this year was my post on Socially Constructed Identity from 2010 (It was number 3 last year).
- #2 this year was a post on the Wesleyan flexibility on the subject of baptism from 2011 (It was #5 last year).
- #3 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 #4 last year).
- #4 this year was "Famous Empiricists" from 2008 (#7 last year).
- #5 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 #6 last year).
- #6 was on the "Four-Fold View of Scripture" from 2012 (#10 last year).
- #7 this year was my link to the Free Online Wesleyan Commentary with Biblegateway.com from 2013.
- #8 was "Famous Rationalists" from 2011 (#9 last year).
- #9 this year was "Leadership Summary 1" from 2012 (#8 last year).
- Finally, #10 this year was a piece from 2006 asking what the "Wesleyan" means in a Wesleyan university.
Now for the top ten posts actually from 2015. Again, 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 2015:
10. The Coming "Remnant" College
9. Wesleyan-Arminian Reflections on Christ (from my theology in bullet points series)
8. The Walking Dead and Aikido
7. The Curious Case of Dr. Oord (when the elimination of his position was announced in April)
6. David Smith to be new Dean (May announcement)
5. I Still Believe (the Walter Brueggemann chapter)
4. The Next Phase of Schenck (announcement of my job change in February)
3. I Still Believe (the James Dunn chapter)
2. Tired of open theism? Buy my philosophy book. :-)
1. Your daughters will preach (from October)