Sunday, March 08, 2015

Top Five Apologetics Blog Posts for February

February is the shortest month of the year, but it proved to be the busiest on the blog. Our stats continue to grow with nearly 30,000 pageviews this month. Three posts broke into my top ten most popular of all time.

Myths were the main attraction. My response to President Obama's comments on the Crusades at the National Prayer Breakfast quickly shot to the most viewed blog post I've written. Debunking the Jesus-Horus myth, a common charge of atheists who think Jesus never existed, just as quickly became #2. Other items of note were several posts looking at the evidence for the authors of the Gospels, taking on Stephen Fry's objecting to God on the basis of the suffering he sees in the world, and encouragement from J.P. Moreland on getting Christians to use their minds.

Here are the top five blog posts for February:
  1. What Were the Crusades? Busting Some Myths
  2. How to Quickly Debunk the Horus-Jesus Myth
  3. J.P. Moreland: Why the Church Must Overcome Its Aversion to Intellectual Development
  4. How Would Stephen Fry Answer His Own Challenge to God?
  5. Was the Bible Changed to Make it Look Like Jesus was Worshiped?

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