The bigggest posts of 2016–including a few surprises!
The origin story of Hacking Christianity’s United Methodist focus and engagement.
It’s the end of 2015, so here’s the 15 top blog articles by readership.
Ever wanted to submit a guest post to Hacking Christianity? Here’s how and the process.
The Top 14 posts of 2014 yields three interesting takes on what people are reading and why this blog is filling an important role in online discourse.
The Harvey Potthoff Memorial Lecture Series is a lecture series given each year at Christ United Methodist Church in Denver, Colorado. Named in honor of their former pastor and Iliff professor, the series has had speakers such as Marjorie Suchocki (Process Theologian, Claremont VP), Jay Rundell (President, MTSO), and more recently Dr. Beldon Lane from St. Louis U. For […]
It’s my 35th birthday and thus an excuse to share our “Top Eight” posts about young clergy issues in the past four years.
1000 blog posts on Hacking Christianity! Pardon the short retrospective.
Hello World Today marks one of the most significant site upgrades and updates to HackingChristianity.net since it began in March 2008. While most of the updates have been cosmetic (or replacing catastrophic loss – see version 3.0 below), this is the first one that is holistic: all pages, posts, categories, images, and the entire site […]
For the first time, Hacking Christianity has broken into Church Relevance’s Top 200 Ministry Blogs. Huzzah! Church Relevance updates this list of “ministry blogs” periodically. Here’s the description of what a “ministry blog” is and isn’t: A ministry blog nurtures or challenges the way ministers think about the gospel, the Great commission, ministry methodology, and […]