The ______ Blog Posts of 2009

With the arrival of the end of the calendar year, it seems fitting (if not obligatory for bloggers) to create some sort of list reflecting the year in review.  I hesitate to call the list that follows, the “best” blog posts of the year, as I am certain that there were some better, somewhere.  But each of these, for a variety of reasons, caused me to stop at the time and make a record of them for a return visit some day.  Each struck me at the time as particularly insightful, or helpful to solidifying my thoughts on a subject, so I saved them.  And here they are.

The links below offer up far more reading than most will care to do, but you might try a few and see how they strike you.

Happy New Year!

Why Are There Never Enough Parking Spaces At The Prostate Clinic?  Carl Trueman, January 2009

A Brief Rejection of Arminianism…  C. Michael Patton, January 30, 2009

What Do You Mean When You Say God Is Sovereign  C. Michael Patton, February 21, 2009 (Best of Parchment and Pen)

Spiritual Gifts   C. Michael Patton series of 8 posts

Traducianism  Theological Word of the Day, April 22,2009

Five Big Myths About Calvinism  John Samson, April 24, 2009

Why I Baptize Babies  Kevin DeYoung, July 28,2009

Not Just Important, Not Even Just VERY Important, “Of FIRST Importance”  Greg Gilbert, August 22, 2009

No Homosexuality is Not Just an “Ethical Issue”  Kevin DeYoung, September 8, 2009.

“All Sins Are Equal in God’s Sight”… and Other Stupid Statements  C. Michael Patton, September 25, 2009

All Things In Fact  Kevin DeYoung, October 28, 2009

Christianity and World Religions by the Numbers  C. Michael Patton, November 5, 2009

Orthodoxy, Theological Maturity, and the Development of Doctrine:  From Theological DNA to Maturity  C. Michael Patton, November 16, 2009

“I Don’t Want to Know About God, I Just Want to Know Him”…And Other Stupid Statements  C. Michael Patton  November 21, 2009

The Gospel Old and New  Kevin DeYoung, November 24, 2009

“They Did Not Honor Him as God, or Give Thanks”  Albert Mohler, November 25,2009

Essential and Non-Essentials: How to Choose Your Battles Carefully  C. Michael Patton, December 8, 2009

Fools Rush in Where Monkeys Fear to Tread  Carl Trueman December, 2009

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