This article was originally posted in December of 2018. We recently posted our Top 5 Posts From 2019. Our website was still fairly new when this list dropped last year. As our readership had increased greatly since then, I thought I would repost these articles. Enjoy the top 5 posts from 2018!
TMC’s Top 5 Posts From 2018
2018 has been an exciting year for all of us at TMC! We launched the website and podcast in late October. Since then we have had over 8,000 visits to our site! With the year winding down, I thought I would recap TMC’s top 5 posts from 2018.
In the fifth most popular post from 2018, Drew addresses the common objection that Jesus was just a myth.
In the fourth most popular post from 2018, Drew discusses the census mentioned in the Gospel of Luke. He explores the historicity of Quirinius, the Governor of Judea and the year the census was taken.
The third most popular post from 2018 sees Drew discussing why he doesn’t like to use the word “Testimony”. He also tells of his own conversion to Christianity, and why apologetics is helpful if you don’t have an amazing conversion story to share with others.
The second most popular article from 2018 is taken from our series on the problem of evil. In this concluding post from the series, Drew gives 3 reasons why God might choose to allow evil to exist.
To say this is the most popular article from 2018 would be an understatement! It received 5 times as many views as the number 2 post of the year. In this post, Drew discusses 4 non-Christian sources for Jesus that occurred within 100 years of Jesus’ death by crucifixion.
David Johansen joined the team in late December. I’m sure his articles will be among the top five next year, but they didn’t have much time to gain traction in 2018. David’s most popular article to date is:
In this article, David gives tips and strategies for handling objections from your college professor.
Well, that about wraps things up for TMC’s top 5 posts from 2018. Again, thank you all so much for making TMC a success! We couldn’t do it without you. I’ll continue to state that we don’t earn any money from this site or the podcast. This is a labor of love for all of us here. Our main goal is to help average, everyday Christians better understand and defend their Christian convictions. God bless you all and thank you again for your support! We are excited to see what God has in store for us in 2019!
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