You may already be done with “best of 2012” lists. But this was a fun year on the blog, so I thought I’d offer a quick roundup of the most popular posts from the last year.
One of my favorite posts from the last year, this one takes a look at different ways of answering the “Why does God allow evil?” question by translating it into “Why does God allow cats?” Also a worthy question.
The first of two posts from our series on the image of God, here we look at what the image of God means for how we understand work and vocation.
Just a random post on what it means to call a church “mainline.”
The Northwest region of the Evangelical Theological Society met at Western Seminary last spring, and these are the videos from the plenary sessions on Genesis 1-2.
Here’s the second post from the image of God series, this time looking at how the image of God should impact parenting.
If you’re interested in or already pursuing a Ph.D., I apologize for this post. Kind of. It’s good information, but it can be rather sobering.
If the first one wasn’t bad enough, here’s another.
This was just one of those random posts that got shared quite a bit. And it does share some interesting information about how and why we use social media.
Philip Zimbardo’s video on “The Demise of Guys” generated quite a bit of interest.
The year’s most popular post comes from a sermon that Alistair Begg preached at Western Seminary. Although the sermon itself is well worth viewing, the key part came before the sermon even started, when Begg offered a few comments on why American men don’t sing in worship.