2012 in Review

Hello Friends, here is a brief blog review for 2012.

Thanks for making this past year a great one at the blog. You’re the reason I keep writing.

These are the ten posts that got the most views:

  1. An Open Theism Theodicy
  2. Monumental Myth
  3. Q&A with Pastor Greg Boyd
  4. Rapture Theology: History & Influence
  5. The Election, Satan & the Sovereignty of God
  6. I Was in Theater 9
  7. Will the Real Heretics Please Stand Up?
  8. The Rapture Fallacy
  9. Addressing Homosexuality: A Third Way
  10. Hell: Eternal Torture?

Top three referring sites:

  1. Facebook
  2. ReKnew.org
  3. Twitter

People from all over the globe are finding the blog. In 2012, readers came from The United States, Canada, The United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, Spain, France, Ireland, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Morocco, Uganda, Kenya, India, Pakistan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Egypt, Turkey, Bulgaria, Russia, etc.

As many of you know, I began blogging regularly back in October 2012. This has increased blog traffic significantly. Don’t miss any upcoming posts for 2013. Get plugged in and join the conversation.

Subscribe today and stay tuned to the blog.

Viva La Revolution!

D.D. Flowers, 2013.

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About David D. Flowers

David received a B.A. in Religion from East Texas Baptist University and a M.T.S. in Biblical Studies from Houston Graduate School of Theology. David was in student ministry for 7 years, taught Biblical Studies & Latin at The Woodlands Christian Academy for 5 years, and now pastors an Anabaptist congregation in Virginia. View all posts by David D. Flowers

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