These were the ten post written in 2012 that readers of NearEmmaus.com visited most:

10. The earliest manuscript of the Gospel of Mark?

09. How people view students of theology.

08. If you like Jesus, but not Paul, this may be the book for you!

07. C.S. Lewis on marriage governed by the State and marriage governed by the Church.

06. Book Review: Rachel Held Evans’ A Year of Biblical Womanhood

05. Update on the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife (from Craig A. Evans).

04. The ten most difficult doctrinal/theological subjects that contemporary Christians must address.

03.“You won’t believe the most amazing things can come from some terrible lies.”

02. Remember, Jesus practiced religion too!

01. A common sense solution to same-sex marriage?

There were the five post written in 2012 with which readers of NearEmmaus.com interacted the most:

05. Complementarianism is not counter-cultural.

04. The ten most difficult doctrinal/theological subjects that contemporary Christians must address.

03. What did Jesus know and how did he know it?

02. Is your “pro-life” ethic internally consistent?

01. If you’re a Christian annihilationist, why?

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