Titusonenine Top Ten: Week of May 21, 2007

Posted by The_Elves

Here's a list of the posts that have gotten the most comments in the past week. Check out any of the discussions you may have missed during the blog transition. Is a "hot topics" category of interest (perhaps for threads of 50+ comments)? or perhaps a regular feature like this entry highlighting the most active discussions? Let us know.

Post Title (Comments as of May 28, 16:00 EDT)

A Note on User Registration and Posting Comments (74)
Speaking in tongues: Faith's language barrier? (72)
A Statement from Gene Robinson (70)
OPEN THREAD: "Bugs" "Turkeys" "Requests" (54)
Is Everything Fine in the Episcopal Church? (45)
A Letter from Bishop Martyn Minns (31)
Ephraim Radner--Fractured Identity and Broken Trust: TEC’s Invention of Itself (31)
Colorado Congregation Votes to Leave the Episcopal Church (30)
The Episcopal Church ‘mishandled the debate on human sexuality’ (30)
Bishop Marc Andrus: The Most Noxious Point of the Windsor Report Becomes Reality (30)

By the way: you can search the blog for the posts with the most comments yourself, using the Advanced Search feature. Here's how:

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Note you could also limit the date range of your search, example "this week and newer." Try it out!

Filed under: * Admin* General InterestTop Ten on T19

Posted May 28, 2007 at 5:18 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]

1. Anonymous Layperson wrote:

I think a weekly top 10 is a great idea.

May 29, 10:30 am | [comment link]
2. Br_er Rabbit wrote:

A ‘top ten’ list smacks of the flavor of late-night talk show hosts and risque humor.
Since this is Titus One Nine, how about a weekly ‘top Nine’?

May 29, 11:41 am | [comment link]
3. The_Elves wrote:

Thanks for the feedback.  Br_er Rabbit, I like that idea!

May 29, 11:59 am | [comment link]
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