Posted By Aaron Marcelli on December 31, 2011
As 2011 comes to a close I wanted to recap what have been my most popular posts of the year. Based on blog comments, emails, tweets, and personal feedback I rate the following as my top three posts of the year (listed in reverse order).
3. Fox News, Jon Stewart, And The Poor – I try my best to write about intelligent, spiritually deep things, yet my highest ratings come anytime I mention politics. This is my first video posts which includes a six and a half minute clip from Jon Stewart addressing income inequality in our country and showing clips from Fox News I happen to disagree with. This post was simply to introduce the subject as a spiritual issue.
2. Jesus, The Poor And Me – This was my follow-up post to the one above in which I gave my opinion about the poor in this country. Though many disagreed with me, I see this as more of a moral issue than a political one. I would love your thoughts on this post.
1. Who’s Got A Hot Wife? – By far my most popular post of the year, this blog addresses something I find unhealthy that many contemporary pastors do. I end the post by admitting I may be nit-picking but I apparently hit a nerve as I got a lot of feedback about this post, plenty of which came from small church pastors. I would love your thoughts on this topic.