Saturday 30 December 2006

Blogging highlights of 2006

The other day, Aaron asked me to list some of my own blogging highlights – so perhaps he should be blamed for this rather self-indulgent post. In any case, here are some of my own choices for Faith & Theology highlights in 2006.

Most fun post: The One Book Meme (it was fun to watch the extraordinarily rapid spread of this meme)

Most popular post: Bob Dylan’s Modern Times (this post was viewed thousands of times back in August and September, thanks to Google and a link from Expecting Rain)

Most Googled post: Kim Fabricius’ Essential Paintings for Theologians (this post continues to attract up to 1000 Google-searchers each month)

Post with the most comments:
The Worst Liturgical Invention (100 comments); and the post on Cancer and the Will of God also attracted a lot of discussion (64 comments)

My own favourite post: Kim Fabricius’ Ten Propositions on Prayer (this made a very deep impression on me, and I’ve continued to think about it ever since it was posted back in February)

Most difficult posts to write: Theology for Beginners (writing this series turned out to be much harder than I’d expected)

Most enjoyable posts to write: Ode to Church Dogmatics, as well as Barth and Bultmann: An Imagined Conversation (I really enjoyed these exercises in tongue-in-cheek creativity – it’s a fun way to waste a lazy hour)


S and C said...

Thanks, Ben, this is great. Say, I noticed you might need a link for the Blake sketch of the Trinity? There appears to be one at Best New Year's Wishes, --Stephen Cook

Brandon Jones said...

Yes, thanks for this. I enjoyed all of these posts!

::aaron g:: said...

Thanks, Ben, for this post and for a great year of great reading on F&T.

byron smith said...
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byron smith said...

Thanks for all these - loved them all. I hadn't seen your post on cancer before and found it perfectly timed. I haven't read through all the comments yet, but I'll get there.

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