Posted by: Ken Brown | August 10, 2009

C. Orthodoxy Is Two Years Old!

I started this blog two years ago. I’m constantly amazed at the wide variety of folks who find there way here from all around the world and am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to interact with you all. Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to read and comment–your conversations are what make blogging worthwhile!

My first year blogging, there were 6,671 visits and 11,543 pageviews. This year we’ve jumped up to 18,130 visits and 38,368 pageviews, That brings to the total just shy of 25,000 and 50,000, though 1000 visits and 10,000 pageviews of those don’t really count. I posted 231 items this year, just one more than last year, but with Twitter taking over for a lot of my quick linking, a larger proportion of those represent original content.

By pageviews, the most popular of posts (besides that one) were:

  1. So Many Books, So Little Time
  2. Biblioblog Top 10 Most Influential Authors and Books
  3. Abortion and Teenage Pregnancy By State
  4. Five Influential Books
  5. Dharma Wants You “Security Upgrade” and “Glitch”
  6. Switching from Blogger to WordPress–Advantages and Disadvantages
  7. Art, Nudity and Sex and the City
  8. Replacement Theology and the Return of the King
  9. What Does it Mean to Trust the Bible?
  10. What’s Wrong with C.S. Lewis’ Trilemma: Liar, Lunatic or Lord?

On the other hand, the most commented upon were:

  1. Abortion and Moral Equivalence
  2. So Many Books, So Little Time
  3. The Problems of Evil
  4. Five Influential Books
  5. Abortion, Infant Mortality and the Freedom of Choice Act
  6. This is Just Pathetic
  7. What’s Wrong with C.S. Lewis’ Trilemma: Liar, Lunatic or Lord?
  8. Sex and Speeding Revisited
  9. Quote – David Wenham on Paul’s Use of the Jesus Tradition
  10. What’s in a Name?

Thanks again everyone; here’s to another great year!

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Responses

  1. Happy birthday, Ken, well to your blog anyway.

  2. Happy blog-birthday, Ken!

  3. Thanks Joel and James!


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