Top Ten 2013

StatisticsHere are my top ten posts (authored in 2013) from last year in reverse order.

10 – Redefining Marriage – A discussion about how most advocates for changing the definition of marriage have no idea why they’re doing it.

9 – Archbishop Justin – An Evangelical and No Mistake – My response to the enthronement of Justin Welby.

8 – Pilling – Two Thoughts – My immediate response to the Pilling Report.

7 - Pilling – Bishop of Birkenhead’s Dissenting Statement – Exploring what Keith Sinclair wrote in his minority report.

6 – Questions for Steve Chalke – After Steve Chalke came out in favour of same-sex blessings, my questions for him.

5 – New Principal of Wycliffe Hall is Mike Lloyd – A new face for my vicar factory.

4 – George Kovoor Resigns from Trinity Bristol – Exploring the story behind the sudden resignation.

3 – Welsh Outpouring? – My trip to Cwmbran to see Victory Church in action.

2 – The Path after Pilling – The one in which I told you all what was going to be in Pilling, everyone told me how silly I was and then it turned out… oh you fill in the rest.

1 – Trans Pansexuality – Who would have thought a discussion about gender identity and sexual attraction could garner so many page views? On this of all blogs!

300,536 page views represented a 20.7% rise over 2012’s figure of 249,089. Jolly good!

Posted in Statistics, Website
  • Very interested in the top-line analytics for these pages, e.g. Numerical distribution of referrals from well-known news sites and religious blogs.

    I know some of this might be protected by your code of blog success secrecy, but a summary would give us a better perspective on the cross-section of visitors to your blog. Has that changed over the years?

    Come on, Peter. A bit of statistical heaven for you to relish!


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