Favorite Posts

star.jpgI just discovered that my software can give me a list of the posts that received the most hits in the last 30 days. The “Top Posts” window in the right-hand column lists the most popular posts for the last 2 days only, which is hardly representative.

I was really surprised at the results, as (not counting the Index) my books were five of the top seven — and all the experts say people like shorts posts, not 100+ page posts!

But I was even more surprised that my notes on Luke were on the top. I had no idea! And I didn’t even get finished working through Luke (but there’s enough material there for 6 months of lessons — easy). That just might motivate me to finish.

Anyway, here they are —

Index 274 More stats
The Gospel According to Luke, Chapter by 184 More stats
Do We Teach Another Gospel? 112 More stats
Buried Talents 101 More stats
The Holy Spirit and Revolutionary Grace 80 More stats
Church Growth: Hiring the Right Preacher 75 More stats
A Communion Meditation Reflecting on the 72 More stats
Is it okay to celebrate New Year’s Eve? 68 More stats
Church Growth: Getting the Elders Out of 65 More stats
Lessons on Grace: Conclusions, Part 3 62 More stats
The Birth of Jesus on Christmas Day 58 More stats
Amazing Grace: The Spirit Who Lives In U 55 More stats
Amazing Grace: The Spirit Who Lives In U 54 More stats
Church Growth: Getting the Elders Out of 47 More stats
What’s Wrong With How We Do Church?: Wil 44 More stats
Amazing Grace: Conclusions, Part 2 43 More stats
Amazing Grace: Introduction 37 More stats
The New Perspective: The Theology of Com 32 More stats

About Jay F Guin

My name is Jay Guin, and I’m a retired elder. I wrote The Holy Spirit and Revolutionary Grace about 18 years ago. I’ve spoken at the Pepperdine, Lipscomb, ACU, Harding, and Tulsa lectureships and at ElderLink. My wife’s name is Denise, and I have four sons, Chris, Jonathan, Tyler, and Philip. I have two grandchildren. And I practice law.
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0 Responses to Favorite Posts

  1. Alan says:

    Sometimes, something very significant needs to be said, something that can't be said adequately in a 500 word post.

    I think your blog attracts thoughtful readers who will dig into a longer article when that's what it takes.

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