New Year’s Eve: 2012 Blogging Year In Review

I’m still visiting with family in Tennessee and getting ready to speak at the Crosswind Church in Union City tonight.

After I get back to New Haven on Wednesday and settle in I’ll have some thoughts and updates about the year ahead, but for now, here is a bit of a review of the last year on this blog.

We moved to this blog from an older site in June and since then have gotten about 1800 hits.

Our most popular post this year was Two Ways Christians Have Utterly Failed at Responding to the Newtown Tragedy.

Other popular posts included:

Electoral College Predictions

A Series on Evangelicals and Feminism: Intro, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

A Series on the Epistle to the Romans:  Part 1, Part 2

Locke, Hume, Kant, Wundt, and Psychology as Epistemology

Why I Might Be A Zwinglian

What about you?  What has happened on your blog this year?  What are the best posts you have read this year on other sites?

Click here to see our complete year end report from WordPress.com.

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