Top Posts of 2011 at A Church Unbound

It’s been a terrific year for both Tad and me. Thanks to all who have read this year, all who have contributed  and critiqued ideas, and all who have shared this site with their friends. 2012 looks to be a great year!

The Top Posts of 2011:

Why Westboro Baptist Church Could Be a Blessing (but won’t be), Why Batman is a Villain, and How Picasso’s “Guernica” Let Us Kill a Million People

Why the Rapture Didn’t Happen (and why it’s not going to happen): A Short History of a Strange Belief

The Chainless Mind Problematic: Foundationalism as an Indefensible Epistemology

Finding a New Playing Field: The Failure of Foundationalism, the Benefits of Holism, and the Implications for Christian Scholarship

Grace as an Experience of the Sublime in Flannery O’Conner’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find”

Authorship, Truth, and Wisdom: A Study of Proverbs and Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle

Love Won

The Rapture: A Biblical Examination

Distinguishing What is True and true: Toward a Postmodern Understanding of Revelation and Authority in Scripture

Suspicion and Faith and Hating Mother Teresa

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