Top Ten of 2017

It's been a great year at the PostBarthian. Overall blog traffic in 2017 is 160% higher than 2016. It's also been a great year on social media too: Our @PostBarthian twitter has almost 16k followers (up from 10k last January), and our Postbarthian facebook page is doing well too.  

I wrote 77 blog posts this year, and the following ten received the most page views. 2017 was the year of Moltmann, because the #1 post of 2017 received twice as much traffic as the #2 post and Moltmann also occupied the #5 spot as well on the top ten, and I wrote a piece on Moltmann for BioLogos too.  So, here's the top ten PostBarthian blog posts of 2017:

  1. Jürgen Moltmann: “I accept Jesus as my savior” diminishes the Gospel
  2. A Bright and Bleak Constellation: Karl Barth, Nelly Barth and Charlotte von Kirschbaum
  3. Karl Barth say the Trinity is One God in Three Modes of Being (not Persons)
  4. The Errors of Inerrancy: #8 The Protestant Reformers Would Not Affirm Biblical Inerrancy (Martin Luther, John Calvin, et al.)
  5. Jürgen Moltmann on Inviting Non-Christians to the Lord’s Supper
  6. Dear D.L. Moody, the Apostles Didn’t Ask Anyone to Accept the Gospel. Regards, Karl Barth
  7. Karl Barth on why Capitalism is a Demonic Self-Deception
  8. Charles Spurgeon’s Solar Eclipse Sermon
  9. Errors of Inerrancy #9: Inerrancy turns the Bible into a Paper Pope.
  10. Time to Cut the TULIP: Why the T.U.L.I.P. is a bad definition for Calvinist


Thank you for reading the PostBarthian and I look forward another great year in 2018!


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  1. Thanks for your writing. As a student of systematic theology who has become rather intoxicated by Barth, this blog is very helpful. All the best for a productive 2018!

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