The Top Ten Posts of 2013 Explore More Content
Here are some popular posts (measured by number of page views) you may have missed this year. Enjoy!
10. Truth, Conviction, and Jesus Are Relevant – A story about a youth-group-member-turned-atheist shows that attempts to be relevant are making us irrelevant by crowding out what makes Christianity unique.
9. You Can Change Our Culture’s Mind on Abortion – “Making the pro-life case is completely within your ability, I promise you. You just need to arm yourself with some information, a game plan, and some tools to help you get started. So I’ve put together a short list of resources, chosen for their simplicity, clarity, and accessibility.”
8. Four Self-Refuting Statements Heard on College Campuses Across America – “I’ve started to collect some of the more popular self-refuting statements uttered by college professors. Here are the top four….”
7. Should Homosexual Couples Be Allowed to Adopt? – “The real question is whether a child who needs to be adopted is best served by a heterosexual couple or a homosexual couple – all things being equal. The question focuses on the needs of the child, not the wants of homosexuals who are politically motivated to normalize same-sex marriage and parenting.”
6. A Review of O’Reilly’s Killing Jesus – Melinda explains both the positive and negative aspects of Bill O’Reilly’s latest book, Killing Jesus: A History.
5. Be Ready to Discuss Same-Sex Marriage Today – “To equip you for…conversation, Ryan Anderson has a helpful, concise article titled ‘5 Things You Need to Know about the Supreme Court’s Marriage Cases.’ Here are the five things he covers….”
4. The Best Question to Ask When Starting a Conversation About God – “Ever found yourself looking for a way to initiate a conversation about God, but not sure exactly how to start?... I’ve tried a number of approaches. I continue to return to one simple, effective question, however, to start the most important of all conversations….”
3. It’s Not About Equality – When it comes to discussions about same-sex marriage, here’s an approach “that can help you move your conversations past the charge that you want to deny people equal rights to the real question: What is marriage?”
2. The Bible on the History Channel – Melinda reviews the miniseries The Bible.
1. How Tim Keller Made Peace with the Wrath of God – “In a sermon titled ‘The Dark Garden,’ Tim Keller explains how he came to understand that a god without wrath and Hell is not as loving as the God we find in the Bible….”