Long term readers of this blog will know that I’m not big on lists. I get that lists are draw-cards; that people have a limited amount of time and that the Biblical texts are full of them.
That said, neither am I following an absolute uncompromising imperative against using lists. So, here are the top twenty posts for 2014.
- C.S Lewis: Is Theology Poetry?
- Review: Who’s To Blame?
- Jesus Freak: Overdone; Far From Being Outdone
- On Preaching & Performance
- When A Man Loves A Woman: Barth’s Freedom In Fellowship
- Deum Verum I (Very God)
- A Broken Sermon For The Broken-Hearted
- Sin & The Rejection of Grace
- Sabotaging Christmas: Toys, Identity, Gender & Politics
- aRt & tHeOlOgY: ‘To Our Wounds Only God’s Wounds Can Speak’
- Epiphany 2014: He Will Reign
- Heartbreak Warfare: Refusing To Walk On Eggshells
- Steve Taylor’s Memorandum: ‘On The Future of The Music Industry’
- The Stamp Is Real
- Noise, The Joyful Kind
- We Can’t Create Peace With A #Hashtag
- Die Weiße Rose
- The Writings On The Wall
- Christ In Contemporary Culture: ‘Come Alive’
- Review: Crowder, Neon Steeple
Although the blog has been active for over a year, this is the first full year for complete stats.
I view stats like positive feedback. They show me areas of strength and limitation (For me, this generally means: writing ability vs. subtle unresolved insecurities complicating how I write).
All the best for 2015.
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