Most Popular Posts (and a few neglected ones)

I realize that I haven’t blogged for over a week. I doubt that I will blog much if at all in the next couple of weeks either. Due to constraints of time and energy, current demands of work, and a lack of motivation my blogging might suffer for the next while. Hopefully regular programming will be restored at some point in the future, though.

In lieu of new material I will post links to my five most popular posts (in terms of hits), and to some of my posts that have been most neglected.

Most Popular

1. What’s Wrong With the Evangelical Gospel?
2. Why Mark Driscoll is Damnably Wrong
3. Is Christmas Stolen from the Pagans?
4. A Better Gospel
5. Introversion and Why Evangelicalism is Doing It Wrong 

This list amuses me, not least because, of my 600+ blog posts, only three have ‘wrong’ in the title, and all of those are in the top five. Judging by my popular posts, I suspect that I seem a lot more negative than I actually am.

The next set of posts is a random selection of posts that have been largely neglected and have garnered few hits or comments, but which I would have liked to think about or discuss further.

Some Neglected Posts

1. Towards A Kenotic Anthropology Part 1, Part 2
2. Eating and the Perfection of Our Nature
3. How We Forgot What Sonship Means
4. Friendship
5. The (ongoing) Symbol and Sacrament series

About Alastair Roberts

Alastair Roberts (PhD, Durham University) writes in the areas of biblical theology and ethics, but frequently trespasses beyond these bounds. He participates in the weekly Mere Fidelity podcast, blogs at Alastair’s Adversaria, and tweets at @zugzwanged.
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