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The nature of the blogosphere is that blog posts come and go rather quickly. It’s easy for great articles to get lost in the flood of information that we process every day. So, as a service to readers, I went back through some of my “Trevin’s Seven” and “Worth a Look” posts from 2011 and chose some content from other blogs – articles that deserve another look.

Here are ten blog posts from 2011 worth revisiting:

1. Kevin DeYoung: Parenting 001

2. Zach Nielsen: The Giver is the Gift

3. Tim Chester: Mission as Hospitality

4. Ed Stetzer: Proselytizing in a Multi-Faith World

5. John Mark Reynolds: In Defense of Disney Princesses

6. Russell Moore: Gospel or Justice – Which?

7. Scot McKnight: King Jesus Gospel Evangelism

8. Tullian Tchividjian: Remember the Duck!

9. Tim Challies: How to Start a Blog

10. Sam Rainer: Ten Unexpected Trends to Surface in 2020

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4 thoughts on “Worth Another Look – 2011 Wrap Up”

  1. Zack says:

    3 and 5 both point to the same link.

  2. Trevin Wax says:

    Thanks, Zack. Fixed it!

  3. MarieP says:

    I graduated high-school with Sam S. Rainer III. He was just as insightful then too! :-)

  4. BlueCat57 says:

    There is indeed nothing new under the sun!

    In the last 7 days I’ve found that two of “my” ideas had already been done. “Worth a Look” is one of them.

    I look forward to reading the blog, but also starting my own. I’ve got an opinion about everything and it is high time I bless the world by sharing it.

    Actually I feel like I am so full of taking stuff in from the Internet that I need to disgorge it all somewhere. Watch out world it might get messy.

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