Top Posts during 2014

Top Posts during 2014 December 30, 2014

In my last post I reviewed this year’s blogging.  Now I want to share the articles that have been most popular on my site in the last twelve months. Many of these posts were written in previous years and thanks presumably to google continue to show remarkable levels of traffic. I plan on taking a break from blogging as 2015 begins, if you missed these posts, or would like to catch up on my year in the meantime follow the links:

  1. My thoughts on the latest round of Mark Driscoll and Acts 29 controversy
  2. Six Things Christians and Muslims disagree about over Jesus
  3. Will a Christian who commits suicide go to heaven?
  4. John MacArthur accuses half-a-billion Christians of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit
  5. God’s word to the suicidal: Bible verses to help prevent suicide
  6. RESURRECTION HOPE – An Easter Sermon
  7. Strange Fire – A Charismatic Response to John MacArthur
  8. John Piper responds to John MacArthur’s Strange Fire Conference
  9. Mother’s Day Sermon – Comfort Like a Mother
  10. Strange Fire: Mark Driscoll open letter to John MacArthur
  11. An answer to the “Why does God allow Suffering?” question
  12. SERMON: Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness
  13. RT Kendall responds to MacArthur’s Strange Fire
  14. What is the fivefold ministry? How do apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers function?
  15. How to tell if you are an Evangelical or a Progressive Christian
  16. God’s word to the depressed: Bible verses on Depression
  17. Eleven Things Muslims agree with Christians about concerning Jesus
  18. Word of Wisdom, Word of Knowledge
  19. Steve Chalke’s Oasis Trust removed from Evangelical Alliance over the Bible and Homosexuality
  20. 2014 UK Christian conferences
  21. ABOUND IN HOPE! – A Sermon on Romans 15:13
  22. What is a Christian?
  23. The Gift of Prophecy — Dangers to Avoid
  24. We grieve, but not in the same way as those who have no hope
  25. Can a Christian get depressed?


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