The Top 10 Most Viewed Posts on Jesus Without Baggage in 2014

My second year of blogging saw significantly increased viewing activity both in new posts and in posts from the first year. These are the ten most popular posts among readers in 2014. Click on the titles to see the posts.

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1. 6 Religious Beliefs that Cause Tremendous Harm

After this opener for a new series posted in late September this year, it soared to become my most popular post of all time in just 13 days. Posted September 22, 2014.

2. The God of the Old Testament vs. the Father of the New Testament

This post held the #1 most popular spot for an entire year before being bumped to second place by 6 Religious Beliefs that Cause Tremendous Harm. Posted August 13, 2013.

3. The Fall of Satan in the Book of Enoch

Coming in the last quarter of 2013, this post finished #6 for that year. But it climbed this year to #3. Posted October 10, 2013.

4. The #1 Most Harmful Belief Among Christians—Angry God

This is part two of my 6 Religious Beliefs series. Posted October 27, 2014.

5. Jesus Speaks of His Relationship with the Father

Posted August 15, 2013.

6. How is Faith in God Different from Superstition?

Posted May 6, 2013.

7. What about Hell?

Posted March 11, 2013.

8. How to Follow Jesus

Posted May 28, 2013.

9. Midrash in the New Testament

Posted February 17, 2014.

10. 4 Ways that Believing God is Angry and Harsh Hurts People

This is part three of my 6 Religious Beliefs series. Posted November 10, 2014.

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Well, those are the top ten posts for 2014. I hope you found this review enjoyable! And I am looking forward to what happens in 2015.

~Tim Chastain

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7 Responses to The Top 10 Most Viewed Posts on Jesus Without Baggage in 2014

  1. Chas says:

    Tim, thank you for your blog – unique on the internet!

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  2. jesuswithoutbaggage says:

    Thanks guys!

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  3. michaeleeast says:

    It is very interesting that the most popular posts are about what harms people.
    I see this as a good sign. That people are concerned for the welfare of others.
    It shows compassion and sensitivity.

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  4. Charlie Bombalier says:

    With all due respect ,have you given any thought of researching the damage organized religion is doing to our children,that have misguided parents putting their children in the hands of strangers (to be abused) in the Religious boarding schools,in the name of Jesus. It is an epidemic here in the United States. Just Google “abusive boarding schools” and it’s an endless list of abuses by Clergy that promise to put the kids in the right track. I mentor abused people from Institutional abuse,and in 98% of cases,it displays a sad state. Families are forever broken,the victims are broken,they seek alcohol,drugs,snd suicide as a relief for their pains. Few are strong enough to overcome this tradegy. I am one of them. Perfect example is the stories of New Bethany victims. It is now a Billion dollar industry. Shameful!

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    • jesuswithoutbaggage says:

      Hi Charlie, I am very concerned about this type of abuse, just as I am concerned about fundamentalist home schooling; but these are not my stories to tell. Though I listened to Lester Roloff, the apparent grandfather of schools like New Bethany, on the radio many years ago, I don’t have personal experience in these schools or in homeschooling.

      Perhaps you would like to research and write an article on this subject to post on this blog. If you do, contact me at tchastain@cfl.rr.com and we can discuss it. Thank you for your work and concern in this area.

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