July 15, 2009

Best of Humanivy

After a long hiatus, I've tried to kick the ol' blog back into motion, which has brought me some new traffic. I haven't done this yet, so I figured I'd post a "most read" list from the past year and a half. Enjoy:

10. World Beard and Mustache Championship. I haven't seen the results, but I'm sure it was a scream.

9. Life in Mississippi--Satan is Dead. A funeral for the dark lord, himself.

8. CNN Asks a Great Question. How will theological conservatives respond to the possibility of Sarah Palin as their vice-president when those churches have historically limited the role of women in their congregations?

7. Why Humanivy? I explain the name of this blog.

6. The Proper Use of the Pulpit. A look at Jeremiah Wright's controversial comments.

5. Caution--Name Drop Approaching. This was written before Mac Powell from Third Day led worship at First Hattiesburg in March 2009. It details how we know each other.

4. The Cartman Prophecies. All it takes to turn a non-Christian pop song into a Christian song is to replace "baby" with "Jesus".

3. Barack Obama: The Quintessential Postmodern Candidate. Written before Obama had locked up the Democratic Nomination for President.

2. President Obama. Written on the eve of the November 2008 election.

1. Come On Down to the Barn. This one, you've just got to watch and read.

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