Top 10 Posts of 2011?

Many bloggers mention their most popular posts of the year in an end-of-year post. I plan to do the same. But I am also curious to hear which ones were the favorites of regular readers, too. What goes viral, and what is of interest to regular readers, is not always the same thing.

What would you like to see more of – or less of – on this blog in 2012?

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  • Jeff Carter

    I like the ones where you re-post my material.  *grin.

  • I like those too! 🙂

  • Just Sayin’

    Dr. McGra’, would you consider blogging your way through Alvin Plantinga’s new book, Where the Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion and Naturalism in early 2012?  Considering your interest in the interaction between science and religion, I would be very interested in your thoughts on Plantinga’s analysis.
    Thanks for a great blog in 2011.

    • I’ve got the book on my radar. It sounds like he gives some credence to Intelligent Design, which doesn’t make me eager to read it. 🙂 I’ve still got a bit of a backlog of review books, but it is definitely one I’d be interested in reading and blogging about!