It’s hip and cool for bloggers to post their top 10 posts of the year. And we want to be hip and cool. Our hearts tell us to do it, and the Bible says to “walk in the ways of your heart and the sight of your eyes” (Eccl 11:9). So here goes.
Last week, we gave you the top 10 posts from those written in 2017. Now, we list the top 10 posts from the full KW archive. If lots of other people are reading these posts, you probably should be, too.
Many people care about their pre-teens.
In another post I explain, in the abstract, 5 practices for preparing effective Bible studies. In this post, I describe what it looks like for me to employ those practices.
This was the most-viewed post in 2014, but it hasn’t been on the list since then. I’m delighted to see a resurgence in its appeal.
This post was part of my 2013 series analyzing every Old Testament quotation in the New Testament. This one focusing on verses seems to be the one people first stumble on to. This post was #3 on this list last year.
Many people care about teaching their kids when they’re getting close to school age. This post was #4 on this list last year.
From the most quoted verses (#7 above), people usually find this list of the most quoted books.
This post was also part of my 2013 series analyzing every Old Testament quotation in the New Testament. Good to know not only what’s said, but also what’s not said. This post was #7 on this list last year.
This 2015 post had an unexpected popularity this year. Elihu is that mysterious 4th friend in the book of Job. If you even knew he existed, chances are you’ve skipped his speeches entirely. This post is my attempt to explain his role in the drama of the play of Job.
We put this one into the top menu so people could find it easily. It pretty much explains why this blog exists, so we’re glad it gets a lot of pageviews.
See the previous post, unless you want less of a detailed explanation and more of a summary. Then see this post instead.