COGwriter Top Ten for November 2007


November 2007 was a very good month at the cogwriter website with unique visitors, number of visits, and page views all up.  And basically double compared to November 2006.

The ten most popular articles viewed were as follows:

  1. Read the Bible Christians should read the Bible. This article gives some rationale for regular bible reading.
  2. Concerns About Ronald Weinland’s Church of God-Preparing for the Kingdom of God Ronald Weinland claims to be one of the two witnesses. He has at least one other view that suggests that he is not part of the COG.
  3. Did Early Christians Celebrate Birthdays? Did biblical era Jews celebrate birthdays? Who originally celebrated birthdays? When did many that profess Christ begin birthday celebrations?
  4. The History of Early Christianity Are you aware that what most people believe is not what truly happened to the true Christian church?
  5. Why Not the Restored Church of God? This group, led by David Pack, claims to be the most faithful. The information in this article suggests otherwise.
  6. Some Similarities and Differences Between the Orthodox Church and the Churches of God Both groups have some amazing similarities and some major differences. Do you know what they are?
  7. Sola Scriptura or Prima Luther? What Did Martin Luther Really Believe About the Bible? Though he is known for his public sola Scriptura teaching, Martin Luther’s writings about the Bible suggest he felt that prima Luther was his ultimate authority.
  8. What Does the Catholic Church Teach About Christmas and the Holy Days? Do you know what the Catholic Church says were the original Christian holy days? Was Christmas among them?
  9. There are Many COGs: Why Support the Living Church of God? This is an article for those who wish to easily sort out the different COGs. It really should be a MUST READ for current and former WCG members or any interested in supporting the faithful church.
  10. Church of God, Seventh Day: History and Teachings Nearly all COG’s I am aware of trace their history through this group. Whaid Rose is the president of the largest CG7 group (Denver). Do you know much about them?

Number 11 for the month was the article on Polycarp of Smyrna.

I was pleasantly surprised that the short article Read the Bible was so popular (I do not recall it ever being in the top ten before). 

The results and mix of articles viewed suggests, to me at least, that a people of various areas of interest are viewing this site, and more non-COGr’s are finding out about the COGs.

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