- Read the Bible: Greek and Hebrew Reader’s Edition – Happily, this post that demonstrates my occupation (web programming) and my thinking about how use technology well was by far the most popular post this year.
- On the Tornado, Piper, and Godwin’s Law – My goal in this post was to show that the speed of Internet communications often leads to misunderstandings and angry words.
- BibleTech 2009 – Technology is Not Neutral: How Bible Technology Shapes Your Faith – This presentation on oral, print, and digital Bible technology was one of the first I gave in 2009.
- Why Johnny Can’t Preach Review – This is a great little book that introduces media ecology and applies it to preaching. He next book is called “Why Johnny Can’t Sing Hyms”
- TwitterVoice3D – Again, I’m glad that a programming project would make it in the top posts list. Here, I tried to visually and orally demonstrated how out of control and disconnected Twitter can make us feel.
- Stop Bringing Your Bible to Church – An experiment in experiencing the Bible orally instead of in print or on screen – just like believers did from Moses to Luther.
- Pornography Is Not Just About Lust – Exploring the emotional power of images and story. Cross posted at www.XXXChurch.com
- Dostoevsky’s 1984 Saved Him from Our Brave New World – Combining the introduction to Postman’s Amusing Ourselves to Death with Dostoevsky’s prison time.
- How to Become a Technological Idiot in One Easy Step: Think Like a Christian – Why does Christian moral thinking sometimes prevent us from thinking well about technology?
Thanks to all you readers for making these posts popular! If you have a favorite posts that wasn’t here or something you’d love to see covered here, please let me know in the comments.
Happy New Year!