I’ve never done a half-year review before, but … heck … why not?
For me personally, my ten-part exposition of David Hart’s That All Shall Be Saved, titled “Apprehending Apokatastasis,” was the most satisfying thing I’ve written so far in 2020. Dadgummit, I think the series is pretty darn good. Three of its articles broke into the top ten most popular list.
The other top ten articles:
Not surprising, given last Fall’s tsunami that was That All Shall Be Saved, all of the above articles address the theme of universal salvation. It will be interesting to see if this list changes during the rest of the year. Now that apokatastasis has died down as a burning topic, I expect the blog to return to a more balanced range of topics. But will these articles provoke enough views to challenge the leaders? Hell is a great traffic generator!
Special congratulations to Jordan Daniel Wood, whose two articles grabbed 2nd and 4th place.