Our Top Posts of 2012

Thank you for making 2012 a great year for the Emerging Scholars Blog! Among our posts published last year, our top 10 most read posts includes a typical mix of advice for graduate school, spiritual formation, and, well, aliens:

  1. Nicholas Wolterstorff: Advice to Those Who Would Be Christian Scholars
  2. Henri Nouwen: From Loneliness to Solitude
  3. 13 Ways of Looking at Graduate School: Part 1
  4. Who’s Afraid of Angels and Aliens, Alienation and Etcetera?
  5. What is the biggest challenge to today’s apologist? (part of our interview series with Jim Sire)
  6. Who are your favorite poets?
  7. What Do Academics Think of Evangelicals?
  8. What is the greatest challenge facing the church today?
  9. $100 Scholarships to help Emerging Scholars Not Miss Urbana12
  10. Henri Nouwen: What’s the cure for loneliness?

Overall, our top 5 posts for the year (by number of readers) includes some old favorites:

  1. What’s the purpose of a university?
  2. Finding a Postdoc in the Sciences: Nailing the Interview
  3. What I Wish I’d Known About Graduate School: Surviving the Workload
  4. Nicholas Wolterstorff: Advice to Those Who Would Be Christian Scholars
  5. Jesus Didn’t Choose Scholars…

Happy New Year, and happy reading! BTW, if you’re looking for more of our top posts, check out our Top Posts page, which is automatically updated with the most read posts of the month, year, and all-time.

Micheal Hickerson

The former Associate Director for the Emerging Scholars Network, Micheal lives in Cincinnati with his wife and three children and works as a web manager for a national storage and organization company. He writes about work, vocation, and finding meaning in what you do at No Small Actors.

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