The years so far: 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2006-2007, 2007-2011, 2011-2012
The following are some of the principal posts during my tenth year of blogging, bringing us right up to the present.
September 2012 to Present
1. America Trip: Philadelphia to Williams, Williams to Moab, Moab to Las Vegas
2. What is Evangelicalism? Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
3. On Political Typologies and Trying to Understand the Politics of American Christians
4. Year of Biblical Womanhood Review: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5
5. Is Our Religion Kindness?
6. Pro-Life Teaching for Children
7. Crooked Healing: Disability, Vocation, and the Theology of the Cross – One of the very few guest posts on my blog.
8. Orthodox Alexithymia and Unorthodox Sentimentalism
9. Virginity and the Gospel
10. Exodus as New Birth
11. The Cup of the Adulteress: Understanding the Jealousy Ritual of Numbers 5
12. 40 Days of Exoduses – Far and away the most substantial series yet posted on this blog. Currently unfinished (22 posts finished, 18 to go), but already running to 80,000 words.
13. The Use of Natural Law in Debates on Same-Sex Marriage, More on Natural Law Arguments
14. Rob Bell and Don Draper – The Ad Man’s Gospel
15. Christian Children’s Clubs and the Abuse of Trust
16. Guest Post on the Body in Leviticus
17. A Lament for Google Reader, Christianity Today Article on Our Changing Relationships with our Texts
18. The God of Handicrafts
19. Questions and Answers on Same-Sex Marriage
20. Samson on the Cross: A Good Friday Reflection
21. The New Purity Ethic, An Ethic of Nerve and Compassion
22. Please, Everybody, Let’s Not Dance Now
23. Questions for Christians Who Do Not Approve of Homosexual Practice, Questions for Gay-Affirming Christians
24. Talking About My Generation: Millennials and the Church, Questioning the Questioners
25. Why Are My Posts so Dense and Lengthy?
26. Online Discourse, Leadership, Progressive Evangelicalism, and the Value of Critics
27. Atheists Are More Intelligent Than Religious Persons
28. Some Rambling and Unwelcome Reflections on Modesty Debates
29. The Modesty Debates: Combating Unilateralism and Myths of Strength
And that takes us right up to the present. Today I have completed my tenth year of blogging.