For the year that just ended, we posted about 325 times. According to Blogger statistics, our readers come from many countries, the top 5 of which are:
#1: United States
#2: United Kingdom
Yesterday we listed the top stories related to discoveries and technology. Today we conclude with three additional categories. Yesterday’s disclaimers apply here as well.
Significant Stories in 2012:
Jesus Discovery: Early Christian Burial in Jerusalem, with lots of follow-up
Ancient Cedar Beams on Temple Mount
Speculating on the Mysterious Marks in City of David, by A.D. Riddle
Biblical Problems with Locating Sodom at Tall el-Hammam, by Bill Schlegel
Jonah, Jesus and the Talpiot Ossuary, by Chris McKinny
Picture of the Week: Mount Hermon and Caesarea Philippi, by Seth Rodriquez
Notes on the Water in Antiquity Conference, by Chris McKinny
Favorite Resources in 2012:
Our favorite, naturally, is the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands, Revised and Expanded (recommended by Jenkins, Gundersen, Chandler, and Savelle).
As 2013 begins, we wish our readers all the best in the coming year.
The 2012 release of the new Pictorial Library of Bible Lands marked the culmination of 9 years of travel, research, and writing.