Saturday, December 31, 2016

Top Ten Posts of 2016

1. This is the best accounting I can give of my top ten posts for this year. It's often surprising to me what is widely read and what isn't.
2. Going by hits, I went back five years and these are the top ten posts since 2011:
Here was last year's top ten post.

3. I looked at my top tweets this year. Aside from a mocking political one in September ("She started it"), my number one tweet of the year was in November after the election: "The term evangelical should now be abandoned by any group wanting to bring millennials or non-whites to Christ."

4. As far as YouTube is concerned, my top ten watched videos by minutes watched this year were:

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