January was one of the more prolific seasons I’ve had in a while, which was a lot of fun.  But in case you missed any of it, here are the most popular posts (by traffic) from the year’s first month.
  1. Mark Driscoll wrote a book on sex.  And then Matt wrote a book review in two parts.
  2. Philosopher Jerry Walls wrote a guest post on Newt Gingrich, John Newton, and why evangelicals shouldn’t support him.
  3. Speaking of Gingrich, Matt argued that supporting him would end evangelicals’ moral witness on marriage.
  4. And then defended and clarified that claim anddefended it again.
  5. Matt also wrote a threepartreview of Jared Wilson’s Gospel Wakefulness.
  6. Ryan Dobson has a radio show.  And Matt spent two hours on it, talking about everything from his upbringing and Mere-O to Earthen Vessels.
  7. You may have heard of a little video about how Jesus > Religion.  We offered six points in reply. 
  8. Folks offered their predictions for new evangelicals for the new year.
  9. Speaking of evangelicals and sex, Matt wrote over at the Washington Post and Christianity Today about the topic.  And then followed up on singleness at Mere-O.

Thanks, as ever, for reading.  It makes it all worthwhile.

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Matthew Lee Anderson is the Founder and Lead Writer of Mere Orthodoxy. He is the author of Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to our Faith and The End of Our Exploring: A Book about Questioning and the Confidence of Faith. Follow him on Twitter or on Facebook.

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