The 10 Most Viewed Posts on Jesus Without Baggage in 2015 (through June)

Here are the ten most popular posts among readers in 2015 through June. Click on the titles to see the posts. I hope you find some you previously missed or that you might enjoy a second time.

1. 4 Huge Ways Believing the Bible Inerrant is Tremendously Harmful (March 23, 2015)

#4 most popular of all time.

2. The God of the Old Testament vs. the Father of the New Testament (August 13, 2013)

A perennial favorite and my #1 most popular post of all time.

3. A More Realistic Alternative to Inerrancy of the Bible (February 16, 2015)

#8 most popular of all time.

4. How Legalism Stunts Our Spiritual Growth (April 6, 2015)

#9 most popular of all time.

5. What is the Good News of Jesus Anyway? (May 4, 2015)

#12 most popular of all time.

6. The #2 Most Harmful Religious Belief—the Inerrant Bible (February 3, 2015)

#15 most popular of all time.

7. The Fall of Satan in the Book of Enoch (October 10, 2013)

A huge surprise hit and my #3 most popular post of all time. Who knew?

8. How Should We Respond to Those who Teach Harmful Beliefs? (April 20, 2015)

#29 most popular of all time.

9. 6 Religious Beliefs that Cause Tremendous Harm (Sept 22, 2014)

A huge viral hit (for me) from last year and my #2 most popular post of all time.

10. Jesus Speaks of His Relationship with the Father (August 15, 2013)

#5 most popular of all time and another surprise hit.

These are the top ten posts for 2015. We will see what changes by the end of the year.

~Tim Chastain

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2 Responses to The 10 Most Viewed Posts on Jesus Without Baggage in 2015 (through June)

  1. sheila0405 says:

    This was a timely post for me. I reviewed one post, and via the links within, I ended up with your post on the Lord’s Prayer. That was a fabulous post.

    Like

    • jesuswithoutbaggage says:

      Yes, I love the Lord’s prayer! Yet I think we often take it for granted because it is so familiar to us. I am glad you liked the post.

      Like

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