Here are my most popular blog posts for 2010. Each week I attempt to write reflections on theology, worship, culture, history or the church that will in some way help people think clearly about our times, reflect on the Scriptures, and lift our eyes to our maker.
Like any writer, I am not always successful. And blogging by its very nature involves quick almost editorial like writing. Nevertheless, in 2010, I have posted 57 times, which is a little more than once a week. I typically post on Sunday or Monday.
If you have suggestions for future posts, leave a comment for me to consider. Thanks!
Here is what was read most this year:
The Qur’an Burning Controversy and Selective Outrage
Avatar: A Visually Stunning and Expensive Tract For Paganism
Did We Succeed in Worship This Sunday?
Mealtime Prayers of Thanksgiving: Getting Out of Your Rut
Retrenchment and Joy: An Afternoon with Roger Nicole in a Season of Accumulation
In Praise of Pastors (Part 1 of a 3 Part Series)
Singing Praise to God with Saints and Angels: THE DOXOLOGY
Theological Reflection on Church Newspaper Ads
Christmas Around the World (2010): The Dark Side
Two Worship Services Two Styles: One Church’s Journey
Why I did it? On Accepting the Call to RTS
Globalization and the Church (Lausanne/Cape Town 2010 Memo #1)
Sitting With The Persecuted Church (Lausanne/Cape Town 2010 Memo #4)
Prayers of Intercession: Around the World in 60 Seconds—Beyond Parochial Praying
Greatest Songs of All Time: Beyond Rolling Stone
Is America Islamophobic? Or is TIME Islamonaive?
My Last Day on Pastoral Call
Tree Cutting and the Search for the Perfect Tree
The ESV Study Bible and The Book of Eli
Vernon Grounds, R.I.P.