Our Most (and Least) Popular Posts in 2010

The most popular:

  1. “On Bible Lines”: Where the Brethren in Christ Meet the Fundamentalists (Nov. 2009)
  2. Wedding Rituals in the Brethren in Christ Church (Aug. 2010)
  3. “Shared Faith, Bold Vision, Enduring Promise”: An Interview with Paul Nisly (March 2010)
  4. Photo Friday: Picturing “President Eisenhower’s Religion” (Nov. 2010)
  5. “To Be the Foil for Christendom”: Goshen College, Nationalism, and What That Means for the Brethren in Christ (April 2010)
  6. “One Small Step for Man,” or What the Apollo 11 Mission Meant to Evangelicals (Including the Brethren in Christ) (July 2010)
  7. Shared Faith, Bold Vision, Enduring Promise: The Maturing Years of Messiah College / Paul W. Nisly (June 2010)
  8. “Deep Roots; Faithful Vision”: First Thoughts on Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ Church’s Centennial Celebrations (Nov. 2010)
  9. Violent Games, Pacifist Children (Sept. 2010)
  10. Another Word on Weddings in the Mid-Century Brethren in Christ Church (Sept. 2010)

The least popular:

  1. Encouraging Education… and Equality: Mary and Clara Hoffman (Dec. 2009)
  2. “Women as Pastors”: Rhoda E. Lee (May 2010)
  3. “Women as Pastors”: Effie Rohrer (May 2010)
  4. Contributing to a “Multicultural Century”: Brethren in Christ Connections to Messiah College’s Diverse Community (Feb. 2010)
  5. Happy 15oth Birthday, Frances! (March 2010)
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About Devin Manzullo-Thomas

Father to Lucas. Husband to Katie. Prof and administrator at Messiah College. PhD student at Temple University. Member of Grantham BIC.
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2 Responses to Our Most (and Least) Popular Posts in 2010

  1. Karen D. says:

    Devin, what was the criteria for determining the most and least popular? It was disheartening to note that 4 of the 5 “least popular” posts were about prominent women in the BIC denomination. I enjoy reading about women in history.

    • Devin Manzullo-Thomas says:

      Karen: I based it on the number of visits the posts had received during 2010. Unfortunately, these portraits of “Women as Pastors” received some of the fewest “hits” — but perhaps placing them on this list will garner them more readers! 🙂

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